Samuel Newton

(5th december / India)

Dream Of You...


Whenever I dream,
and dream I do,
in my garden,
I dream of you.

I dream of you,
in a land faraway,
embracing me tight
holding my hand.

Holding my hand,
touching my face.
Just you and me,
in this place.

In this place,
a pristine river flows.
Where the unicorns run,
a breeze blows.

A breeze blows
and sings a song;
our love in a place
where you never have gone.

Where you never have gone
is, as it would seem,
from dusk til dawn,
when I dream.

And when I dream,
a dream I do,
in my garden,
I dream of you.

I was sort of hoping,
That you would come along,
Like the answer to a prayer,
And the music to a song.

Submitted: Monday, April 04, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, July 13, 2011

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  • LoveLifeLen A. (7/12/2011 2:42:00 PM)

    Wow! a heartfelt poem...I love it!
    Beautifully written..It rhymed wonderfully... :)
    I love reading your poems!
    Thank you for sharing... (Report) Reply

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