Do you remember me, Veronica

Written by: L'nass Shango

Somewhere in the hills o'er yonder
My hear beats louder than the thunder
And day and night it roams and wonder
Why did we begin to fall assunder.
Sometimes when the moon is bright. I
Press her to my lips in prayer
For we must dance again before we die
While moon drenched nights can hunger.
I was committed here, and you still there
We could not tear the wind from the tree.
But sometimes come now and idle tear
And sometimes grow a stalk of memory.
Somewhere in the hills o'er yonder
My heart beats louder than the thunder
Do remember me, Veronica, do you remember
I was dry banana leaf in your ember.