Liilia Talts Morrison

Rookie - 465 Points (August 20,1937 / Estonia)

Dreams Remembered Poem by Liilia Talts Morrison


Dreams remembered dreams forgotten
From mind's deepest caves begotten
Harsh kaleidoscopic showers
Bursting forth in midnight hours
Fill the darkened dormitory
Of my pristine sanctuary

Fornications full of fouless
Flying horses in gold harness
Stealing baubles from a queen
Who becomes a jug of cream
Spoiling sanity and order
Blotting blurring daylight's border

Slowly dawn brings birds' soft twitter
Will their calls wipe out the litter
Of the sins of night committed
Hidden from those hours more fitted
To obeisance and respect
Inwardly though quite suspect

Dreams remembered dreams forgotten
From mind's deepest caves begotten
Harsh kaleidoscopic showers
Bursting forth in midnight hours
Fill the darkened dormitory
Of my pristine sanctuary.

Submitted: Saturday, March 08, 2008

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