A Midsummer Dream Poem by William Kofoed

A Midsummer Dream

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On a warm summer day
while I was eating my lunch
my head did nod
and I began to dream

chocolate donuts for wheels
yellow carrots the axles were
the bed made of celery sticks
a bright red apple did drive

and in the back
little grape children rode
with bright little smiles
they did wave to me

the road they drove down
of graham crackers was made
and alongside did flow
a river of milk I could see

I wanted to go
and ride on with them
but I did wake
from a summer dream

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