Treasure Island

R.H. Olivera

(Feb 3,1983 / Santiago, Dom. Rep.)

A Dream


I dreamed a dream, one so full and new

And woke up with thoughts of being with you

I dreamed a dream, where I held you close

Kissed your lips and whispered why I love you the most

I dreamed a dream safe in my sleep

Where you were there with me and my charge to keep

I dreamed a dream before the sun crossed the sky

where 'Forever and ever' was our lover's cry

I dreamed a dream and woke with a sigh

for this dream was just a dream and even a dream

can lie.......

Submitted: Sunday, August 19, 2012

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