Patricia Gale


Air Castles


Yellow and orange dancing together as the breeze increases their flame
The sound of crackling wood and the essence of apple wood floats into the midnight blue
I am taken far away from the daily cares and woes
My mind begins to drift and I am lost in a waltz of thought

I see the image of your beauty
Your eyes shinning like sapphires in the sunlight
My heart surrenders a sigh and I become lost in the night
I relinquish all cares and am forever lost in you

The seconds fall into hours
The dream still exists
Stars remain diamond like and I am bemused in a heavenly bliss
Lost in the air castle of you and I

Drifting away on clouds of hope
Sailing away into the night’s sky
Feeling the warmth of a heart filled with a lover’s sigh
Releasing the belief…. Some day… Some how

You and I will share this moment in time
One hand holding another
Two hearts will meet and there shall be no other
Time will stand still as heaven surrenders to our dreams

Submitted: Friday, August 31, 2007
Edited: Monday, April 04, 2011

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  • Rookie - 0 Points Bob Blackwell (8/28/2008 1:21:00 PM)

    Such a lovely picture you have painted with some heart felt thoughts both will be wonderful memories in time to come. Great poem Patricia L Bob (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Geoff Warden (9/7/2007 3:16:00 PM)

    Very nicely done Young Lady of poetic justice, such words could stop the hands of time and bring forth a dream or two.......I like the way ur writes reach out to the reader and take them by the hand as if u were within their present time and space delivering ur message as if talking to each and every one indavidually..... (Report) Reply

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