Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
A Poem...After Dreaming - Poem by Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
I want to sing a lullaby to spring,
as her sounds ring in my ears and
I want to dance again in her rains
and once again
hold you hand.
How fast we ran
when we were young and
I'll sing a lullaby to the memory
waltzing through my head,
you dancing in my dreams,
to the eays we spent in a land
of make believe,
Days that didnot last,
but the memories are sweetly
You were mine
in long nights and early mornings.
No one has ever loved me better...
You said it would be so,
How did you know?
Dorothy Alves Holmes
A Poet Who Loves To Sing
Just off the top of my head
waking from a long nap...
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