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Moonlight flowers

She Sings hymns to Horus
Aphids on her roses
her sundial sits in shade
on the longest day

In a revery of roses
the colors all turn gray
From the steel eye of the moon
She hides in her room

savour the daylight
savour the twilight hours
savour the darkness
savour the moonlight flowers
Too far to come back
Too far to come back home

The flavor I seek
a question ringing
a taste of honey
siren singing
Solitude, understand
I don't think I can stand up in the wind

watching water flow
and wear away the stone
As the trees fall in the wind
knowing time is stronger than will
and fate and time are sisters in crime

--
lyrics 1999 by Robert Rich


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