Jeffrey Markle


My Dreams


My dreams from last night cannot be recalled
But I'm sure there were a few
Bout places where sunsets never occur
Cause the suns always shinning on you

Where dreams do occur either day or at night
And they're all so pleasantly so
Where you would wake up from a good nights rest
And your face be all just aglow

When your dreams just happen when your fast asleeep
Or just at the cover of night
And then theres a rainbow at the end of the dream
At the dawn of the days first light

At the end of that rainbowas where I hope you would find
The ultimate you could seek
Neither riches nor fame just things from above
To make your life more complete

Submitted: Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 05, 2013
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I dedicate this in the memory of my deceased wife Susan Markle, whose dreams of a better tomorrow made the present worth living.

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