Treasure Island

Sara Stowell

That Vision In The Sky

As seas thrash out storms
And the winds carry leaves
New composition forms
As our dream perceives

Amongst waters blue
Unicorns run free
Leaving traces of you
In thoughts sent to me

An overcast sky
Clouds shatter the display
A vast intent supply
As the slow shores sway

The rapids in my heart
Sing a ballad so unique
A masterpice of art
As light rays cast oblique

Upon the canvas of desire
Your painting appears
Allows my heart to retire
Reducing me to tears

In the cloud lies a vision
Of a fotune yet untold
Cast in raging indecision
For my world to behold

The whispers of the wind
That flicker through my hair
Speak how love is sinned
If my love ceases declare

This is the storm inside of me
Thrashing through my veins
I am that raging sea
Compelled by my restrains

Calm exterior, undisturbed
Unto the naked eye
Till this storm is curbed
I'll believe that vision in the sky...

Submitted: Monday, July 17, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, August 17, 2010
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