two two oh . two two oh! . two two oh . two two oh! . two two oh . two two oh! . two two oh . two two oh! . two two oh . two two oh! .
and like dewdrops on grass blades slowly the magnificence shined like diamonds as the sun peaked through gently caressing the fog. tear drops no more. this is my simple song of a day raining... i splash my muddy boots in puddles with a belly full of rice roll and a head full of words, and songs, and poetry yet to be birthed. i could be the mother of thousands if inspiration were to impregnate. i sink my fingernails into the moss and let my face fall down into it. could i kiss the earth that made me just this once? and this, my dance i call; two two oh. let my hips swing slyly through the fields of poison ivy.. and let my octaves float throughout time and space.