James Darwin Smith II

Rookie - 160 Points (10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

Solemn Sounds I Hear In Dreams, The Soul's Journey - Poem by James Darwin Smith II

Solemn sounds I hear in dreams
Bringing forth warmness unfelt awake
Slumbering salvation an epic scene
Shining rays of acceptance
Sung by Angelic beauty so serene
Always uplifting,
These solemn sounds I hear in dreams

Oh, such limitless beauty, I testify
Never judged or labelled, never over scrutinized
Feeling acceptance, I must confide
Warmness felt always from within
Always entering this dream world
Equipped with a very big grin
In a realm where all is so graciously obliged

Solemn sounds I hear in dreams
The sound, I love you rings
From ear to ear
Everything is beyond what it all seems
I cannot ever comprehend
These solemn sounds I hear in dreams

A bond so special
In this slumbering life that I live
I always seem to receive as I always give
No anger or sadness, none at all
Always rising, never wanting to fall
No fear, No worries
All stress free
Full of strong faith and endless belief

Solemn sounds I hear in dreams
Upon an ethereal setting, a gorgeous scene
Full of ambitions, No facades at all
Everything is for what how it is felt
For how it us seen

No ego maniacal intent, none indeed
Just a balanced structure
Built by hope and answered pleas
Peace and prosperity
Overtaking hate and greed
So much rationality
More than one could ever believe
Conceived on points
Of all forms of open armed validity

Solemn sounds I hear in dreams
Always have to waken in this flesh’s tragedy
In this so called reality, I am wondering
Will all of our souls finally be free?
As we live inside our flesh all in great harmony

Please, never look down on me for living in a fantasy I truly believe
These solemn sounds, Are the voices I hear in dreams

What am I?
Nothing, never will I let this flesh label me anything
What is a matter with those who always have a need to dream?


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Written on 4/1/14

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 1, 2014


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