Once upon a night of spring
When the blue bird and swallows sing
When the moon peaked his head
When the sun was getting ready to go to bed.
As the world grew dark and the stars grew brights.
My mind began to wander on that spring night.
I though to myself a poppycock thought
That rethink now some may have bought.
Of a world where sense was irrelevant
And laws of rhyme and reason were bent
a world where ice grew hot and fire grew cold
Where the Enders were young and the youth was old
Where the seas and rivers ran dry And the deserts were drowned
Where gravity was nothing and the sky was the ground
A world without laws, oh wouldn't that be neat
Where vegetables has legs and the from the ground grew meat
There death mean a beginning and live mean an end
Were mates were enemies and enemies were friends.
A world where the enjoyment of the same was not met with hate
A place where people cared before it was too late
Where one equaled one instead of one being more
Nonsense you thing, well elaboration would be a bore
A world were green was just a beautiful as blue
And other didn't care of what others thought was true.
A place were the truth was heard and lies were silents
Oh now wouldn't a world like that be a godsent.
So as the blue birds and swallows sing
On that night of spring
As the sun was getting ready to go to bed
As the moon peaked his head
I thought of my mind wandering the night
As the earth grew dark and the stars grew bright
I thought of that poppycock thought
Which now I know some would have bought
And a ?Melancholy feeling I began to feel
Because I knew my nonsense world could never be real.