When I taste the scent of a breeze
Or consider earth’s divine spell,
The rays of love that always please;
Then happiness rings its bright bell.
When I prepare the morning tea
And observe the cat slinking by
Thinking of life’s rich mystery,
I marvel how love lets us fly.
When I look out upon the world,
A contentment leaps like the spring;
Joyful it is to be uncurled,
Absorbing truths that dance and sing.