Mammoth I miss you dearly,
Running through your wilderness, below skies seizing every path for days.
Snow covered mountains, sleeping giants bigger than any being I could ever dream of.
Your valleys sinking vastly deep.
Disappear like the hearts I learned of there,
in summer nights beneath the stars clear show.
Your friendship longing, I dared capture in my caving heart there.
Forever you stay with my soul, deeply woven in a love that grows bare.
Never will I forget your lessons breathed in me, that mountain air..
Enchanted by a lake of convicts to see my reflection, changing ever so.
Above the moon..
7,000ft. a world of its own above earth’s petulant problems below.
Hot springs natural, and wild dreams of dancing with wolves and howling with the trees that come to life at night and stare.
Hard to breathe, your forsaken wilderness leaves us at its mercy to test.
Friends born together for this infinite journey,
we stagger to keep up with each step.
Lost in this desert, trees spinning above, we lift our plank every mile until we reach the rest.
Brought to my knees, leavin you behind me..
The longest ache I’ve felt, to let go of you.
darkest night I’ve had, deepest leap I regret.
I’m still in love with you, this place.
A hope lingers still to see your face.
Mammoth, I miss you dearly.