The spring rains have come, Raindrops echo, The spring rains greet the earth again, The heron stalks the reeds again, By the pond each silver stalk glistens, In the great, green night each stone listens, World, wake, spring's born again, Starlight turns slowly above us, The spring rains have come, New stems lift, Meadows shout! Spring's born again, Sleepers, wake, shout! Water walking, World, wake and shout! In the shallows silver fins, flashing, The grey owl hunts on silent wings, Starlight wheels, the moon is calling, Fields, wake, shout! A new world is born, Each voice is singing, Sing of the seeping, rising of rain, I have only the pale moonlight, How will I find you? I have only the stars to guide my feet, I have only the moon, I will follow you, Every hour the waters rise, Summer fades, Wake! The night comes again, Each spring water renews, As the stones split, roots dig deep secrets, A new world is born, Roots spread, Night comes again, Each voice is singing, Sing of the stream that burst its bank, The water is warm and the new moon is born, I have only this, Earth wake! Dance, sing, shout! Worlds rise! Green fields shout! I will go away.