THE OAK TREE of LIFE The old Oak tree my dearest friend, at my last visit she had left me feeling profound. On a hilltop with no other trees, alone in an eerie loneliness she is found. A calming serenity, in her branches of life, taking all that makes me wrong. Lasselled in by her mesmerizing charm. Spellbound by her unswayed years, now together we are unbound. The night's cold winds can get really strong. Unnoticed, swaying in the wind for way to long. No one visits her anymore, withstanding a deafening sense, without words, in a silence beyond. Now more than a beautiful lifetime has passed just hanging around.
In the moment of absolute silence When you can feel your heart Pounding and holding on to keep you with it Just a little longer Long enough for you to realise That you are worth fighting for, I'll be there for you
Holding your hand Lying by your side Looking at the stars Dreaming about fairies and unicorns But most importantly The life that we had!
Crazy, as one might say With exhilarating ups, crashing downs And of course Several little middle grounds
Getting drunk on nostalgia Shaking hands with the present And smiling at the future With a hope as bright as the Red giant
As our bodies say goodbye To this weird but beautiful world We will be reborn in the stories We once were a part of And the dreams that we shared together!