. .  . A poem a day
                                    3 August 1999

Wait for me
under a tree in Wales.
Ill find you
when were both free
to dance in the fields
where Mad Welsh poets
once wandered, thinking.
Where minstrels sang
of courage and love.

Wait for me.
We wont be young and carefree.
No, well be
sanded by time
Lines for laughter past and future
Nicotine stains, chipped teeth
voices raspy
The way we were
When we loved most and best
When we wished wed met sooner
Or had more time.
When we knew that all the others
were just friends or lovers.

Wait for me
Under a tree.
Dance me into eternity
With you.

- Daisy Sidewinder

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