Manauwer Raza


A Boy's Dream


Living still in a boys dream
Where I am so young and free
Get so close to you as I must
Touch you in an instance and then flee

Then catch around the rainbow
And do it just for you
Embellish you with its colors and its beauty
On the days you're feeling blue

And when you need a place to find serenity
A place to be quiet and just be alone
I could build you a high safe mountain
And you could call it your very own

And in you my friend Into your heart I'll beat again
Sweet like candy to my soul, sweet you will be my crush
Lost in you I will be so lost for you without a word
Then look in to your eyes and when they meet mine I'll blush

And in this dream will I take all your troubles
And let them leave you to toss them in the sea
But all these things I'm alleging are impossible for me
For I am just a boy and just a boy will I always be

So you must know my friend I cannot build you the mountain,
And bring about the colors or catch a rainbow fair
But can promise you that I'll be what I know best
To end with you and be a friend who's always there

In a boys dream I've always gone overboard
Then I'm begging you to forgive me always
In my haste when I'm holding you girl so close to me
I feel it a sense of victory to let you give it the walkaways
@manauwer

Submitted: Monday, July 21, 2014

Topic of this poem: dream

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