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She Smiled and Said

written by: Cary Chrysler (skyinthegrass)



Whose light fell,
once the sky cleared.

What haunted scripture,
legend of a widowed angel.

What tribe are you?
she asked me,
as I stepped past.

I am Dreaming Star, I answered.
I found you in the grass,
gave you your name.

Oh! she exclaimed.
I remember you.
She smiled and said,
you saved me.

Yes, I said.
I placed you on my horse,
rode you home.

Cary Chrysler (skyinthegrass)

Cary Chrysler (skyinthegrass)

Just a man from northern California, living on a beautiful acre of high desert I call Goose Ridge.
Cary Chrysler (skyinthegrass)

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