I can come in a flash to your life – just like that.
I can go in the tent with a breeze at my back.
My quest for peace goes on I guess.
Another journey after a day of rest.
Oh, but my bones are so tired of searching.
Searching for eyes in the night between flirting.
The deep pools of need and want and desire.
No longer a fish in a pool full of fire.
But now it’s too late as pandemic surrounds.
I guess I surrendered to coyote sounds.
The wilderness solitude suits me the best.
No longer am I comfortable in a safe haven nest.
The road is calling for another paved day.
Out and about with the cornfields and hay.
Who I was I am no longer.
I surrendered my body as my soul became stronger.
I thought I needed the care of another.
I require too much to ever even bother.
So dance to the night of moonbeams and stars.
Cross all the fingers and use coins from the jars.