Michael Vestal


Dreams Of You - Poem by Michael Vestal

As I feel asleep last night you were on my mind
I slowly drifted off to another place and time
It was a peaceful place, a place I’d never been.
It was a cabin nestled in the woods, and then my dream began
I heard a knock at the door and to my surprise
It was you looking at me with those beautiful eyes
I invited you in to get out of the cold
I asked you, “If I could be so bold,
would you like to sit with me by the warm, toasty fire? ”
You’ve had a long trip; I know you must be tired.”
You replied, “I think I will, that would be so very nice.”
So you sat down by me, without thinking twice
I offered you a cup of hot cocoa with a marshmallow or two,
“Why I think I will that’s very sweet of you.”
As we sat by the fire looking into each other’s eyes,
You leaned over and kissed me to my surprise.
I took you into my loving arms and returned the kiss
We knew this was the love we had sorely missed
We slowly explored our most sensual places
We were lost in each other and time had escaped us
As we made passionate love by the fireplace so bright,
Our bodies together cast a shadow on the ceiling that night.
I knew this was a love that would stand the test of time.
It was the night in every way, you truly became mine
But as we sealed our love, my dream came to an end
But I know this is one dream that I know will come true.
You will be both my lover and very best friend.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 11, 2014

Poem Edited: Monday, January 13, 2014


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