[The following thought dance was kindly shared with us by Happy Cow's good friend Simon Drew. When he is not busy doing nothing at all, Simon can be found dancing like a genuine dance legend, teaching and running the online groups English Stuff and International Monthly Hatstand Day. If you are not too lost for words, why not leave a comment at the bottom of this page. You can sign in to the comments widget using your Facebook or Google accounts, or just leave a message without signing in. If you are, just click on the 'Like' button instead. Enjoy!]
Who I loved before I heard the word "love"
Your hair is a thousand thousand blades of grass on a sunlit field
A crack in the pavement
A hidden clank in the dark
You are everything
Outside of conception
When you come
It is always in surprise
You are astonishment itself
A mote of ash drops on the wooden floor
No different from a supernova
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