Do you remember love?

Wild geraniums by Katherine

I remember days of sunshine on the moors

On the Cleveland hills the larks still sang

I remember love we were not poor

No living presence now no open door

Yet wildflowers in the silence seem to sing

I remember days of sunshine on the moors

I have many images in-store.

And kind friends nature photographs will send

I remember love, we were not poor.

Keep your heart benign and never sour

It is good to borrow and it’s good to lend

I remember sunshine on the moors

I could feel the sunshine of the moors

Let let the feelings run and never cower

Remember what is good and and then it tend

If you remember love you are not poor

To the poor the riches will descend

If your love is broken let it mend

If you are alone, stretch out your hands.

Of your own possessions make them fewer.

The dust itself will glow with sacred power

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