Sow a seed on the moon for the stars to smile at
Haven't you ever realized they might be lonely up in space and
I think them seeing flowers of supernovas
Would make them feel less alone. Although-
I wonder if they realize that the supernovas are the ones that have gone?
The pulsing beat of their hearts ring the bells up in space and-
Sow a seed on the moon, honey, the stars are lonely, darling
A flower you planted could bring them light.
I think the stars could be like children- bright and alight with excitement and
I think the stars would be happy if they had a flower field to love.
Though the supernovas are the distant songs
They have faded away long ago, and you can hear them thrumming
Thrumming thrumming and-
Through the silent fields of infinte space
A legend has died and yet it wraps a loving cloak around the little stars.
It's brightness lingers as threads of quilts and flower smiles.
I think you should sow a seed of the moon for the stars to smile at,
I think it will make them feel less alone, and laugh gently.