Gloria Huntington

(Truth or Consequences, New Mexico)

Come Dream With Me - Poem by Gloria Huntington

Somewhere a voice out of my past, calls softly in my dreams,
Come away with me, my Love, to lands you've never seen.
Let me take you where there's joy, and happiness untold,
Where sadness is a stranger, where wings of love unfold.
Come stay with me awhile and I will do my very best,
To comfort and console you, and give you peaceful rest.
Leave care and strife behind you. Let sadness slip away.
Be happy and contented, come end this stressful day.
Fall softly into restful sleep, come where the starlight beams.
Come be with me a little while, if only in your dreams.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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