A Dreamlike Dream - Poem by Sanjukta Nag
Dream with me the dream of a meadow
Where is a luminous tree of silver shadow,
You hang a swing set on branch of the tree
I’m laying upon it facing the southern sea.
Aroma of wild flowers touches our bodies
Mountain wind carries such sweet melodies,
You’re with a canvas standing by me
Painting white lilies and a little honey bee.
Here east is the west with a full bloom moon
Reflecting itself on the crystal blue lagoon,
I want this dream to cross boundary of time
As your smile making it more than sublime.
I don’t know what makes my body so swing
Is it the swing set or our love’s free wings?
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