The simplest of loves and freedom
Created moments in their forever,
As wild hearts wandered together.
Tender-footed, they crossed the river,
Planting willow’s seed as
The birds, above all, flittered.
Bless’d beauty remained;
All the more reverent,
As the clouds cascaded gray.
Where the suns did fall,
They chased their days;
Until last light refused to stay.
Their lot in life still remains,
Weeping ‘pon the river’s banks;
Sympathizing with her name’s sake.