Open a blind and see what we find;
no worries on what might be lurking behind.
Windows’ wide open, nothing large
will barge us on down if we stand steady,
arms out ready, feet on the ground.
Peep round this wall, nothing will fall
if we play at wizards, walking tall,
dazzling and laughing, wholesome and bright,
igniting a fire on a skittering cloud
and dancing abroad with balance and poise.
Any true voice sings along with the bass
when a melody melts in its time and its place;
we sing all together, harmony strong,
and out from beyond a phenomenal birth
a sounding of earth will resonate through.
Stranger, you stranger, with every click of the clock,
will you stay with me, now
now and and now
until my little song of life is sung?