flute song

go back, my child

go back for your flute

do not weep

nor anguish over loss

simply go

 

fret not over time

remember time is nothing

we will wait for your return

so go and seek your flute

for the haunting ballad

of its primeval song

is calling you

 

go

we will light a fire

and patiently await

for we need  your flute

to join our circle with her song

 

we long for her mystic melody

to float like breath into our souls

entering the lungs

of our potential void

to expand

our capacity for love

 

we yearn for her haunting, woeful tones

to stir our passion

and to soothe our pain

as they whisper melancholy

reverberations of our sorrow

resonating with the echoes of our pain

 

and we desire her animated song

to inspire our dance

and exalt our pleasure

as it soars entrancing

undulations of  delight

resounding with the voices of our joy

 

so go

down the hill

around the hairpin turn

back to where you left it

and return to us

following the same path

but bring your flute this time

 

so we can mourn

so we can dance

so we can fill our lungs

and lift our voices

to the music of your soul

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