Samweli Butobi

Rookie (Mwanza Tanzania)

The Mid Night Dream

All I can feel is love in you
In moments with you
the mid night laughs we share

The tenderness of our lips
warmth and smothness of our lips
just laying here besides mine
looking into our brown eyes

Lost in emotions and feelings
held in a tight lovers embrace
A group of night birds
singing beautifully rythms
in a cool night dreamS

Two hearts beating just like one
The painted night sky reveals
the confort of all the things
we did together in the mid nights

I am a slave of my own best free choice
the hardest pains I feel is part of this
of not being with you
In the mid nigtht, i remember you

In the mid night I wake up
and think of you,
Only pains comes to refrain my thoughts
later conforted by thewords
of you will be back
I call theemid night dream

Submitted: Thursday, January 29, 2009
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Comments about this poem (The Mid Night Dream by Samweli Butobi )

  • Rookie Cindy Kreiner Sera (4/18/2009 2:06:00 PM)

    Dreams remind us that anything is possible. They give us the courage to think big, to pursue our visions and to love. Beautifully written... (Report) Reply

  • Rookie John Smith (1/31/2009 5:58:00 PM)

    Great writing, keep on doing so, I would like to read more. (Report) Reply

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