The sun peeked over yonder crest
Like eyes after a long nights rest.
Its light gazed on two hilltops high
Like waking gaze of lover’s eye.
It roamed across the mountain peaks
Like tender lips on lover’s cheeks.
It slowly reached the well below
Like wond’ring fingers, tip to toe.
When luminescent graceful roll,
Exposing Master’s glory hole,
The sun soon high, the way soon clear,
the hidden vacuum’s caves appear.
So high, the sunlights now descend
As husbandry roams ‘round the bend,
And down the hillside, through the crack
Of shoulder’s cliff and down the back,
To where the dew soaked grasses grow,
And sap and creeks and waters flow
Into the soft white flower bed
And sneaks into the cave ahead.
The shadow of light’s human hand
Does sink into the moistened sand
Deep in the cave’s cold emptiness
To warm the o’erwise empty nest
Of life and love’s inhabitants,
Who soon will meet in couple’s dance
To chase the dreams of sleep away,
And wake the whole of lover’s day.