The sun and wind roll on high
Waves of flax and whispers brush upon the shore
A branch I toss without a sound it shall be lost forever more
Reaching to the sky
The oak tree is a dying hand
I rest against the trunk
On shady elevated land
A crop duster tilts a wing just for me
I smile from my island in the prairie sea
When I close my eyes I see your eyes
Brown with rings of light brown and flecks of blue
This image I try to hold on to but after a while it becomes something new
Is it true?
You used to come and watch me sing
Is it true?
I once gave you a diamond ring
My only prayer is soon you’ll be on my island in the prairie sea



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