Monday, June 10, 2013

On White Oak Street

Four Yorba Linda llamas
                Walk by the avenue
On the way to Poway
                On the way to Poway
Something different’s come to town
                Something different that’s brand new
Hear the tealids ring today
                Hear the tealids ring today

The girl will hit the lower notes
                The boy will want flute played
On the way to Poway
                On the way to Poway
A heart as large now as a house
                At watch from far away
Hear the tealids ring today
                Hear the tealids ring today

Soon the fairy garden
                Will burst out into bloom
On the way to Poway
                On the way to Poway
Soon the violin
                Will sing a happy tune
Hear the tealids ring today
                Hear the tealids ring today

The hens will lay new eggs of love
                The bunnies thump with glee
On the way to Poway
                On the way to Poway
The dolphins will go dancing
                At the entrance to the sea
Hear the tealids ring today
                Hear the tealids ring today

The sun and moon will each take turns
                Shining down with love
On the way to Poway
                On the way to Poway
At laughter never ending
                That warms the sky above
Hear the tealids ring today
                Hear the tealids ring today

Soon the crows will meet again
                When the nectarines turn red
On the way to Poway
                On the way to Poway
Pure heart faith has won its dream
                For the May Faire wove its thread
Hear the tealids ring today
                Hear the tealids ring today

The gnomes can rest their feet at last
                The guardians rejoice
On the way to Poway
                On the way to Poway
The crystals hum in perfect love
                With one earthheaven voice
Hear the tealids ring today
                Hear the tealids ring today

1 comment:

the walking man said...

That's quite the parade to Poway...may it never see but the gentlest of rains.