Lilac Wine


Friendship Angels


Once upon a dream time i fell asleep in another time another place.
I was carried away on a magical silverhaired stallion.
Flew way up high above the sky.
I heard a giggle and a laugh and softly they drifted to my ears
Like magical song, gentle. silky warm and welcome...


I saw two glorious friendship angels...a boy angel and a girl angel and together they sat high upon a cloud..
Brilliant gossamer wings entwined behind their backs and each others hands they did hold.
She had a loving glow upon her face and he glowed in her lovelight...


Together they sat with faces raised high towards the heavens counting
Naming each and every star
The names I heard were so clear they rang like golden peels of bells Brighter than the golden sun they lit up the divine night sky...


Doc, Tara, Mohammad, Frank James Ryan Jr, Marci, Andrew, Duncan, Mahfooz Ali, Hazem, Atef, David Harris, Michael,
Yoonoos, Arkay, Melvina, Patricia, Vincent, Nick, and all the other beautiful star hearts on poemhunter...

Each star heart twinkled and sparkled before my eyes awakening me from my dream
Leaving behind with me forever precious imprints on my heart

Submitted: Wednesday, July 04, 2007
Edited: Saturday, March 19, 2011

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  • Rookie - 15 Points Andrew mark Wilkinson (7/6/2007 10:51:00 AM)

    Lilac we are all blessed with many friends both far and near, but a few are what this place is all about... Well said, lady wine...10 (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 15 Points Marci Made (7/4/2007 5:44:00 PM)

    Thank you for this Lilac.....Your kindness may have been desperately needed by one or some mentioned as well as all on site.....A thread can break so easily, and poof, their goes another, beyond our reach...........marci.xo (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 15 Points David Barlow (7/4/2007 5:44:00 PM)

    Lilac Wine, I just saw your name online and was intrigued by the name so went to view your Poetry. I have only read a few so far but I like what I have read and will read more. I like this one and have to agree with the sentiments this web site has been such an eye opener and an education for me. I can't believe there are so many really talented Poets and Genuinely good people out there. It has restored my faith in people. Kind regards, David (Report) Reply

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