Where I dwell
the sun shall shine.
Meadow’d springs, and summer dells,
are comforting quarters of mine.

Where I dwell
morning birds, are my wake up calls,
and bright rooms shall have no walls,
there are windows at every turn.
and fevered warmth shall always burn.

Where I dwell
candles tapered, shall be lit
placed right for reading, where I sit..
The sun and moon shall supplement,
in times when flames are past spent.

Where I dwell
tones on tones, brilliantly unite,
beauty within, yet still in sight.
Forever shall this dwelling endure,
founded in temples of love secure.
I dwell here ’til I’m heaven bound,
then found among my resting mound,
kindred spirits gathered round.