Accompanies a remarkable man by the name of Uiguisu,
named after the Japanese bush warbler,
He just sits
By the sea in the sand dunes,
whistling for most of the day,
with the occasional walk to the water's edge thrown in.
He lies back
By the grasses and watches the clouds drift by,
and in the evening though,
he works in a talent club where he whistles for a living.
The crowds demand more
from his subtle reverbing music,
He carries on
squarely under the lime-light,
for another evening.
Uiguisu sits by sea in the dunes,
Whistling for most of the day his tunes,
And waits for water and night to come.
In daytime it will try to feed,
As all will do as will its needs,
And repeat again till full.
Later that evening time again,
It will feel the limelight in his den,
And whistle for us all its dreams.
2nd May 2019