Song for Clementine

Written after songwriting class with Love Femme from Amo Amo who put these lyrics to music in the most haunting, beautiful way. Forever grateful.
Poems and Power \ w Chelsea Diane

Love song for Clementine

FIRST VERSE:

Your hair, a tangle of shadows.
Long legs, tumble over spring grass.
Fingers that are my arrow.
Eyes, the north star I seek at last.

You are the lightening tongue.
A child of Tauarus,
the bullheaded star bursting.
Your direction always lit for us.

CHORUS:
Clementine, you are Polaris
A dusting of magic.
The milkyway in my arms.
Eyes, the bluest hue of static.

SECOND VERSE:

The God, she wove together
your body of threaded gold.
A voice that will grow all things.
The greatest story ever told.

I am devoted to the magic.
My own that grew from these hands.
The witchcraft you pull from the sky.
Your incantation, a song in my hand like sand.

CHORUS:
Clementine, you are Polaris.
A dusting of magic.
The milkyway in my arms.
Eyes, the bluest hue of static

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