In a Night so Still I Go La La La La La

Basilike Pappa/Silent Hour

Silent Hour

Incantation by Anne W. Brigman (American, 1869–1950) Date: 1905

 

In a night so still I summon you

hear me calling out your name, goddess

I want you here

will you lead me to your sea of love

or leave me lying here

on the burning sands

In a night so still I summon you

I’ll speak a little louder, goddess

I want you here

will you take me where the kingdom comes

or leave me lying here

where souls disappear

In a night so still I summon you

I’ll even shout, goddess

I want you here
will you make this
life livable

or leave me lying here

where I’m losing the reasons to breathe

In a night so still I summon you

C’mon, goddess

I want you here

will you take me home to glory’s throne

or leave me lying here

red eyes and tears

In a night so still I summon you

I won’t say it again…

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