I stood upon mighty boulders by the sea,
Watching as the waves regarded them no less
Than another grain of sand in due time.
A universal ember, the Sun
Spins like a clock and having spun,
Measures the immeasurable.
And with the shifting of atoms,
Pressed upon by the weight of the universe,
My coffee grows colder.
Melody, do you see the stars tonight?
I want to say they shine only for you.
But we both believe in facts and science,
We know that simply isn’t true.
Melody, feel the breeze tonight?
Explainable, yet oft misunderstood?
I’d say it blew just for you my love,
And disbelieve in science if we could.
Melody, can you feel my heart pounding so?
I would swear that each beat is only for you,
And despite any proof of dispute in science,
Come to you, I’m not sure it’s untrue.