Treasure Island

Peter S. Quinn


Enchanted Moments (from, Lead Sheets in July 2008)


Enchanted moments
The ongoing loftiness
Somewhere its relents
Into the earth softness

Moving in shades around
From on shadowing trees
Dance forms there found
Surfaces of eternally frees

Heart that stiffen its play
Lost by a separate vitality
A river returning rock's clay
A garden of fountain carnality

Spaces between whirling plovers
Dream crossed in twilight of birth
The forces of many pullovers
In every quill of its worth

Enchanted in sails stillness
The brief of a frozen time
When wings in flight’s chillness
Uplift some dust and grime

Tension between dreams cross
The window towards the shore
Effects that's there and bathos
That we don't know what is for

Submitted: Thursday, July 03, 2008

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