Twas an ordinary flying fellow
Heading home down the lane;
Thought he’d go visit
With his dear old lady again.
The lighted clock was now lit
While a train wailed from afar—
A local passing thru Ashland Town:
A manifest: car after car after another car.
Squirrels darted in and out the bushes
While that station camera squeezled back around.
Street lights spit alive then…at last…caught on.
In the chatroom, loving care shared all over by the pound.
Another new Summer night, half-moon graced a languid sky—
But crossing lights started to go on for poor old Myrtle Street:
Ditch lights slow grew to peek out from the lush trees
But station bells sounded behind! Could we all hope for a meet?
Our ordinary fellow was sure home with his gal,
A far flung flying day had found the setted Sun
And her tisker-taskets of screens and councils were finally over—
Vashlanders hooted or saluted, another day universally well-done.
Rhythm and rhyme
Falling out of love with you
Was surely my biggest crime
Wishing you here
To reprieve it all out
Your winsome smile
Scraped at the shadow of doubt
The reason for answers
Seem to beg the question
To miss your lips
Defies all lingering suggestion
A rising half moon
No mysteries here
Cranks out a lonely tear
But look inside
Nothing is clear
Come back over—
Help this helpless dear
Summer’s last gasp
You fled me quick
And Love slipt my grasp