Kathleen J. Shields

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You Are Missed Poem by Kathleen J. Shields


Rolling thunder the waves crashing in,
a light on the crest reminds me of when
whispering daydreams so vivid and bright
with in my dreams a miraculous sight.

Glittering droplets they float in the breeze
like moonlight shining through a forest of trees.
A castle afar set just past my reach
So hard to get to from this fantasy beach.

The sunshine is setting, the moon rises low
Clouds rolling in silver lining aglow
shaping the shore are the unicorns marks
escaping the sea with magical sparks.

The beauty of the moment, I share this display
with a man so important on this magical day
the spray of magic in the evening mist
especially for you, every day you are missed.



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Submitted: Friday, November 3, 2006
Edited: Monday, November 1, 2010
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