One day in the life,
a bird sings, hallowed;
a tree branch condescends.
A cat sees all, tempted by melodies sung in three-quarter time--
those of holy offices whose praise-adorations
from branch to branch fly.
Perfect time, perfect prolation give credence
as saints preserve the wings way home.
One day, one day, one day in the life.
Note: In Medieval music, perfect time/perfect prolation was indicated by a
Circle = three-quarter time = Divine/Trinity. (an early time signature)