Phil Charters

Rookie (11/05/1958 / Australia)

Dream Chaser Poem by Phil Charters

Together, he and I,
through sanguine alley ways
of a synergic life
I follow his footsteps, he follows mine
'cross sandy beaches of joy.
Immersed in happiness,
gifted, from the blue summer sky.
Chasing the breeze,
biting the waves,
climbing a rocky tor.
Living a beautiful dream
in a mighty friendship
For he is not of mine,
not one of a kind.
But enjoy, we do
the world of our dreams
through the forest of pleasure,
to an autumn town
stepping the cushion brown through gold
a canyons majesty, a rivers flow.
Voiced excitement echoes back
at the gift from the trees;
throw, fetch from the waters deep.
Together in life, at peace.
Age now wearies once proud legs
he follows my footsteps
stumbles, falls
I lift him, hug him, set him right.
He dreams of us in times of yore,
I think of him
My minds stress eraser
He is my
Dream Chaser.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship

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