Guinevere Eveleigh


A World Of My Own - Poem by Guinevere Eveleigh

I wish a lived in a world of my own
A place that I could call my own
A universe where my imagination can run wild amongst the sand dunes
Where I can sour amongst the birds
With multicolour wings sprouting from my shoulder blades
Where I can run free amongst the quilt of fields
With no throbbing in my sprinting and no jeering in my ears
I could imagine an outfit out of mid air and change scenery within a second
I want animals and insects to mingle within each other and all food chains to loosen the bounds
Lions lapping their tongues amongst the gazelles
Wolves tumbling among the bear cubs
Teeth and claws of no peril
Sunsets melting into an ocean of life
Flowers of every kind springing into skies while trees overcome the mountains
I wish for so many things that I simply cannot think and write about all at once
But one thing I'm sure of is that Daddy Cowboy will come on his galloping steed and lift me up and together forever we'll be endlessly free


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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 1, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, June 2, 2012


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