In honor of my oldest daughter’s marriage.
Sometimes you hear a song and it speaks to you–the music, the lyrics–you dream on that song. This week’s post honors all of us dreamers and Caroline in particular.
“Caroline I See You” by James Taylor
Caroline, I see you standing on the stairway, waiting for your bear there.
Handy on the landing, penny in my pocket, high enough to hold you.
When I come back home to you tomorrow, you may well be angry, I’ll for sure be hungry.
Meet me in the middle, make it melt like chocolate, be my little baby.
I take you down by the water some December (May) morning.
Take you from your family, leave them with their longing.
Take you by your hand, somewhere on the sand.
Caroline, I love you, though I’m late to say so, hesitate to tell you. What will be your answer some December (May) morning?
Standing on the stairway, Caroline, I see you.
Hearing the music of this lovely song is even better–just click on the link below and to all my readers, thank you and have a wonderful week.
Thanks to Victoria Dosch Photography