So, there was no lightning,
Just a quiet rejoicing,
Just small words whispered,
In the shade of the day.
There was no fanfare,
But I don’t think we cared,
To stop the whole world,
We wouldn’t have dared.
It was enough just to see the darling sky,
To know the dancing morning breezes,
Would let us sit out and be shy,
Under the shade of the apple green trees.