‘The Whole of The Moon’

Two pieces of music today. First my instrumental piece, ‘Summer Died on a Saturday’, then, after the words, a song called ‘Red Planet’. Both numbers were on my mind when writing these words. In-between each verse a few garden pics.

Places I’ve been yet never seen
And castles in the air
The shadows I knew are now but few
The landscape cold and bare

garden may 2020 3

Summer died on a Saturday
Autumn died at birth
Spring fell in love with Winter
Grey clouds a poor disguise for Mother Earth


The last I heard of you, you left for Mars
It’s closer to The Sun
Closer to the source of life
The place where it all begun


I hope the Red Planet takes good care of you
I hope you might remember me
My guitar, my piano
And the night the sad song set you free

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22 thoughts on “THE SAD SONG SET YOU FREE

      1. Well, both are used, I’m one of those annoying people who worked in plants for a time, can’t help it. They are one of my top ten.


    1. That’s true. Some flowers also look like human faces or faces behind a mask. I don’t know much about them but every now and them I see some that are so surreal. Thanks ~ George

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