Tuesday, August 13, 2019

I Envy the Wind By Lucinda Williams

I envy the wind
That whispers in your ear
That howls through the winter
That freezes your fingers
That moves through your hair
And cracks your lips
That chills you to the bone
I envy the wind
I envy the rain
That falls on your face
That wets your eyelashes
and dampens your skin
And touches your tongue
And soaks through your shirt
And drips down your back
I envy the rain
I envy the sun
That brightens your summer
That warms your body
And holds you in her heat
That makes your days longer
And makes you hot
And makes you sweat
I envy the sun
I envy the wind, I envy the rain, I envy the sun, I envy the wind
Source: LyricFind
Songwriters: Lucinda Williams

My flowers are loving our deliciously hot days!  Over 100 degrees today...

 Passionflower or Alienflower, as I call it.  Smells grape!

Buddha with spent Moonflower

I notice multiples of one every day...being here now.

Passionflower vine, grooving & grasping.  One open; one closed.

Datura Moonflower, slowly opening...

I used to have this van in the 1970's!  So groovy. 

1 comment:

Snowbrush said...

Moonflowers are daturas? I thought that Jimson Weeds were daturas and that moonflowers were morning glories, but whatever they are, they're beautiful.