Little boy blue, come play your pipe –
Enchanting with every step
and sound from your lips.
You pull me out of bed by your tousled head,
catch my eye with a flutter of thick lashes,
warm me to the morning in your cotton striped pajamas.
I’m a little bit in love,
and it’s a good way to begin a day.
You don’t even know your magic,
and it was not yours to begin with,
but the fruit of a multiplication of love.
And now the proof is in the pudding –
you are filling my earth with the blessing of old,
and I see the blush of the Tree of Life upon your cheeks.
I did not know that such a song could stir me out of myself,
out of my sleep, and into a shining new creation.
You, little seed, are crushing my darkness.
In the chestnut-gloss of your eye
I see us all as we were meant to be.
This is quite a lovely poem. I especially love the last two lines. Beautiful.