“What is the central theme to this everlasting spoof?”,
I ask myself often, always looking for clues
(being Wisconson by birth and Californian by chance).
As summer’s swaying the trees and brightening glances
with the band rolling into New York town,
chapters in the wings, I’m on the beat, Inwood-bound.
No trekking-out-middle-of-nowhere this time,
no grass-in-your-toes on lawns of outdoor shrines.
Tour leads to just one Garden and a jungle heat
where we’ll look high and low for clues to central themes.
With the band rolling into New York town,
chapters in the wings, I’m on the beat, Inwood-bound,
to see that Empire State moon rise up and around.
(6/17/2017 – Adams Point, Oakland, California)
(Lyrics to Halley’s Comet written by Richard Wright, also known as Nancy)
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