Cascading Water, Tuolumne River, Yosemite
Wandering, I weary, And sit me down awhile, And resting, talk with God, Who gives me a smile And sings, “Dance, river, dance.  Dance in the shining light.  Jump and fall to the meadow  And babble through the night.”
So we talk and laugh And rest in the sun. We watch the water splash and prance And just when I think we’re done, He sings, “Dance, river, dance.  Dance in the shining light.  Jump and fall to the meadow  And ripple through the night.”
Often now, as I wander, I sit and rest awhile, And talk with God, Together we smile And sing, “Dance, river, dance.  Dance in the shining light.  Jump and fall to the meadow  And whisper through the night.