MacGregor Tagliaferro


A Winter Dream


In winter we'll travel by horseback
Into the mountains
We'll be fine. A warm rendezvous waits
In a cabin in the woods

You'll shut your eyes, to see through the dream,
Advancin' shadows of visions,
Those swirlin' memories, a totem spins
Realities converge with illusions

Then you'll feel upon your lips…
A little kiss, and my fingertips,
Will run over your neck…

And you'll say: 'Take me! ' pullin' me close,
- And we'll take our time findin' that place
- For those who travel this far…

Submitted: Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, January 16, 2013

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For my muse October 2012 Out West
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© Cowboy Coleridge

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