I was laying in the grass so tall and smelled so well. Yes
the lazy clouds slipping across the cellophane
membrane of God’s eyelids, He smiled down upon me, and birds
and motes of dust orchestrated music in motion
and I was taken to an easy moment, just a silent paradise
and lady bug crossed my chest and laid her sexy self-down,
the butterfly too; all of God’s nature upon my soul and then
the lady came walking in foot-loose sandals, there were flowers
in her hair and stars within her eyes and ladybug rolled her eyes
saying, “not again.” The grass swayed each move to her hips
and I sighed. God, “if He were a lady, this is her walking up to me.”
And I lost my mind! I said Lord good\\ She blew my mind and she,
fine vine, kissed my lips, so high upon my mountain-hop top.
She took me to a place, where the birds speak angelic words
& fish sing and water paints //love is a food and you never get fat
upon her heart. Oh girl you make me make me lose my mind
The Ladybug says so good, and kissed me goodbye &
left a note and a bottle of wine!
And I lost my mind! Ladybug my sweet thing!
Black and red dream love you no matter what
but this lady – makes me lose my mind!