Gianni Vespucci


Purple Dream Pt. II


I have a reoccurring dream of what used to be
Cloaked in purple, There you stood
Doing for me all you could
How you took away all of my stress
And how you would caress
My well being through it all
And all our memories I recall
Covered in purple, I held you in my hands for the first time
Made everything in my life more refined
Covered in Blue Velvet, We have our reunion
Like Super Man with Wonder Woman
Covered in bright flowers, You're as sweet as an Island Lady
You've been most welcoming lately
Cloaked in blue, You give me Sweet Dreams
Let's me know what all of this means
And helps me blow off all of my steam
Surrounded by periwinkle, You are God's Gift to me
Disguised in silver, You pour down Crystal Rain
Let's me know you'll always be the same
As you were when you came
Cloaked in Amethyst, I have a Sweet Tooth for you
And with you I want to travel the nebulae
In my life you're that missing seam
Nothing, as before, is what it seems
Dressed in a 50s baby doll dress, You are my Dream Queen
How I long for you, My Purple Dream

Submitted: Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013
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