Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Black-eyed Susans

Black-eyed Susans, by Mary Stebbins Taitt. See it larger on IMAGIK ART.


Mick said...

Didn't I see this during the "Summer of Love" projected above the stage at the Fillmore? :D

Moineau En France said...

you hold my heart with this one, mary!

Black-eyed Susan (Laura Nyro)

Lazy flower, my, you've grown so tall./ I have lost and loved him, you have seen it all.

Lazy Susan, lazy through, hasn't got a think to do./ Oh, but to sit there and light up the hillside,/ sun-fried, black-eyed Sue.

Lazy Susan, lazy through,/ all the hills in love with you,/ Courted and cradled by Heaven and hillside, sun-fried,/ black-eyed Sue, black-eyed Sue, black-eyed.

Black-eyed Sue, how happy you must be./ Once, I too had someone loving me.

Johnny, Johnny, warm and true,/ that's how I remember you,/ this morning, just as I found you: up there on the hillside/

with sun-fried, black-eyed lazy Susan, Susan.

:>>)) heard this song in my head AT ONCE! do you know it? xoxoxoxoxoox

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I was there, Mick, but I was one of those who "don't remember" (proving I was really there, LOL!)

I think there was soemthing like that, echoed later by Pink Floyd and Rat Dog and . . .

Thanks, Laura. I thought at first it was one of your poems, very lovely.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I've been working on my novel and am way behind on art, blogging, commenting etc. So sorry.