Cool Fidelity::Soap In the Eye
Taking advice from the big turn it over and around fig tree.
Now I'm heading every which way but with you and me.

Life should have a place for those who love an ideal.
I'm glad its our lifetimes we live today, my devotion is real.

A million people could be saying that they are me or you.
How can they turncoat our heart, one that is caring and true.

How long did I have to cry until I started to laugh like a child?
How long did I have to wait until I was set loose back into the wild?

The big red sunset may free a vibe, soap in the eye decree.
The flowers are ever open for you, gleam with the sun my bee.

Every road we could follow and we wouldn't need a wheel.
In our mindís eye we travel, we even comprehend unreal.

My mind is a womanís secret thing, itís geared to loving you.
With our determination its fun harvesting what we grew.

How long did I have to cry until I started to laugh like a child?
How long did I have to wait until I was set loose back into the wild?

Big bag of nouns, man, I donít know who they are I plea,
A time ago I decided to share my aura, itís with you I see.

Our lives have order, we donít fall into tar pits for a meal.
My love for you, forever free and alive, has more to reveal.

Everyone wants something, seems like thatís all we do.
I want to desire only you, your name upon my mind cue.

How long did I have to cry until I started to laugh like a child?
How long did I have to wait until I was set loose back into the wild?

Resting my eyes on a polished tree branch just after tea.
We share a perfection, together we are not two but three.

My chest still rises for feminine fingers upon my lips to heal.
A mixed up world of only men will never make the bell peal.

The paintbrush laden with dye goes splat against the view.
Forever the scene is changed, my only way of life now askew. 

How long did I have to cry until I started to laugh like a child?
How long did I have to wait until I was set loose back into the wild?

© 2006 Brian L Hughes


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