2009 Unitarian Universalist
I ran away as fast as I could to find a safer place to be
I crossed rivers and swam oceans, foraged forests and climbed up trees
I ascended high rimmed mountains, rode hills with horses fast
I have kissed a thousand frogs and even married an ass!
I have met a fairy queen who tiptoe dances the floor
She is married to a humble bard who has to duck the doors
I stumbled into an elfin circle that sews with the finest of threads
And if you offer them rich brownies they take away the dreads
I heard a trumpeting truth come down from the pulpit hall
surrounded by the boughing trees, I heeded the beckoned call.
I danced naked with the witches circle at full moon and new
But never blocked by architecture, the witches window skewed.
I met the elders as they assembled together
to make magic happen in all kinds of weather.
I cherish the wisdom like life’s breath forgiven
I discovered a love that was so close to heaven
I was accepted as a magic star that glimmered in their midst
And with the breath of dandelion, I was granted my wish.
Safe harbor, my safe haven, my beloved fairyland
I carry with me the magic that you granted to my hands