Vember Francisco

Dream Of Yesterday

I walked in a room
I saw a face in zoom
The face I used to know
The face that everyday I saw

Memories flashed right before my eyes
Some I smiled, Some I cried
Remembering all hello's and goodbye's
Happiness filled my heart, soul, and mind

Those eyes looking at me
was like saying,
'come to me let's make a memory'
but there's a voice inside of me
saying, 'hey it was yesterday'

The face I saw starts to fade
Till the light goes wide and spread
Slowly I opened my eyes
It was the sun that shines so bright

I woke up and realized
Everything was a dream
But a question kept repeating in my mind
If it was a dream, why does my tears keep on falling.

Submitted: Sunday, April 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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this poem is about my dream, about my first love who appears in my dream and we are very happy. i woke up realizing that it was a very sad dream cause i wanted it to be real but its too late everything about us has ended cause were not meant15.

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