Sunday, December 30, 2007

A New Song

My husband and I wrote a new song Christmas day. The music is still in the works, but the tune has a bit of a Native American flair. It's a celebration of our createdness.

Adam's Song
Oaken trail and rain drenched wood
My feet up to the mountain climb
Deer, unfearing, walk beside
In symbionic rhyme

I, I am of the earth, the sea and sky
I am spirit made of clay, I'll never die
Time is like a forest breeze, the breath of Life
Is blowing through the trees

Carried high, I sail along
The wind whipped waves and salty spray
No longer stranger to the world
Where seals and dolphins play

I, I am of the earth, the sea and sky
I am spirit made of clay, I'll never die
Time is like the ocean wide, the pulse of life
Is beating with the tide

Solid perch on soaring peak
I look out on the land shaped air
Where only birds and angels dwell
And dream I'm walking there

I, I am of the earth, the sea and sky
I am spirit made of clay, I'll never die
Time, it has no walls or sides, the song of Life
Is echoing on high



To the King! To the Restoration!

3 comments:

Danny said...

Thanks for the poetry.
It will make a great song.

Danny
www.coldfire.wordpress.com

Sara said...

Thanks!

Sara said...

We thought of a title, though I changed the words of one line to make it fit. What was originally, "Soaring in my metal ship" is now "Solid perch on soaring peak."