You made me huge once.
Tall as an oak tree reaching to the skies.
I leaned onto you,
My vines clung to each bark
And my grip tightens
Cause I’m tiny
And your trunk is wide and full of abundance.
Your leaves they spread and out palmed up to the sun.
Mine are like little showers that sparkle in the afternoon light.
I drink from the waters that flow from your leaves to mine as it rains.
I let the water run through me
And you let me.
Cause you are huge and you made me safe.
And I was small and yours
Still yours once.