The joy, I envision, on your face,
When there's a newborn, you embrace,
A new granddaughter, was born in September,
An event that you, will always remember.
The joy and love, she will bring,
Will make your, loving heart sing.
The last flowers that bloomed this Fall,
Have wilted and faded, to none at all.
The colors that were so intense,
Have darkened, so there is no pretense
Of life, as their hardened stems sing
"I'm gone and won't bloom, 'til Spring.
Here I sit, again,
before the morning light.
Writing out the words,
coming at darkest night.
I'm tired, with aching head,
telling me "Go back to bed."
For just a few minutes,
I must stay,
or my words
will quickly, go away.