"These Golden Jewels" as written by and Brett Sparks Rennie Sparks....
I left a black shoe hanging from
a telephone wire. I threw hubcaps in the
bushes, filled the creek with burning tires.

I drove circles in the meadow,
thew TVs off a cliff. I scattered dirty
needles in a grassy ditch.

Shopping carts of garbage overturned in
silver ponds. In fields of wild mustard I
abandoned several cars. At the edge of town,
these golden jewels, I left them all for you.

You, hiding in the falling leaves and the
spider's dew-dropped ring. You, lying in the
muddy river with ten thousand wild wings.

I will set the world on fire, pluck the
stars down from the sky, if you will spend
with me, my dear, a single summer night.
At the edge of town, my golden jewel, I'm
waiting here for you.


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