"Prayer Before A Voyage" as written by Fergus O'farrell and Malcolm Roderick Mcclancy....
Be my weather
Blow through me like the wind
Wind in invisible shapes about my ribs
Rain on me
Be my winter

For what do I wish?
Not for stone or for wood
Nor of water or of flesh
But to meet you in the space that lies
Between a joke and a smile
And beachcomb the empty mile

Be my weather
Blow through me like the wind
Wind in invisible shapes about my ribs
Rain on me
Be my winter




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