David Maria Kok

A Silent Call - Poem by David Maria Kok

As silent as the night of death
Can be felt the breath of love
Both wispers in thoughts
And make dreams about one
One thing alone,
Just there to be felt

Though samely made,
The differente is safely seen
For only there
Where dreams are real
You recall the dreams
To be different them truth

Truth alone is not enough
For fantasy, or thoughts so grave
So dreams can’t be silent
Silenced by the eyes
To try ans reach thee
No, let all dreams stay free!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 12, 2006

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