Forest Memories

By Rae   

Sunshine
I put my hands up
to block
I twirl
as birds chirp
I splash
as fish swim by
I lie down
as she plants firey hot kisses
I close my eyes
as shadows pass over
And laugh
as squirrels run about

Sunshine
We put our hands up
to block
We dance
as birds sing
We run
as little waves chase us
We lie down
as we plant light kisses
We close our eyes
as butterflies settle on our noses
And laugh
as bunnies hop about

All the good memories
of the forest
They are like sweet stops
in my mind
that I can visit
whenever I am low

Rain
I put my hands up
to block
I stumble
as currents pull me
I lie down
as tears stream down
I close my eyes
as a scream escapes
and cry
as trees bow and rise

Rain
I put my hands up
to block
I walk
as the river carries me
I sing
in the tall trees
I lie down
as the moist grass cradles me
I close my eyes
as she comforts me with her soft sound
and breathe
as she takes me away

All the sad memories
of the forest
They are pit stops
In my mind
There to make me strong
There to prepare me
There to remind me
That I always get through it

And that I always
will have the forest.

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The speaker takes a trip down memory lane, and appreciates her memories in the forest