Sarah is the same when the wind blows
and the leaves shrink and die
and the trees bend and cry when the wind blows
and I love her
Sarah is the same when the sun shines
and the silver moth ceases to fly
as the hand dusts its wing and it dies
and I love her
Sarah is the same when the moon shines
through the backyard of the city
through the clothes on the line
and the rusty cans shine
and I love her
Sarah is the ssame when the whistle blows
so the people know to stop doing their things
and the whistle blows so the people know
to form little rings to eat their lunch
Sarah is the same when the wind blows
and the leaves shrink and die
and the trees bend and cry


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