Michel Antoine

Rookie (February 6,1962 / Hamilton, NJ)

Darkest Dream Of Dawn - Poem by Michel Antoine

Darkest Dream of Dawn
Michel Antoine inspired circa 1988
Completed: 4/14/12

Somewhere in the darkest dream of dawn
I still feel the passion which lives forever on-
Though you try to veil it in disguise,
The pulse grows louder, then I see your eyes.

Somewhere in the darkest dream of dawn,
There's still a smile I thought forever gone.
But when I realize that this is all a dream,
I fear the love may not be as it seemed.

But that was just one time
Baby, not so long ago
When I held you in my arms
Making love to you (loving you) like no one else could-
Living for you (needing you) like no one else would-
And never thought you'd go.

I lived in a fantasy as a jigsaw of a man.
A bridge of ectasy above a foreign land
I held, wander while you walked away
Leaving me lonely and unable to face the day.

I lie to myself that we're not apart.
As another love has now captured your heart.
I hide betrayed-yesterday's promises of hope,
All in vain I fear my love I cannot cope.
I ache in violet hues of days gone by
Heavy clouds begin, yet boys don't cry.

‘cause Somewhere in the darkest dream of dawn
I must awake but there is no song-
No beauty in this beatless heart
I close my eyes forever and oh the tears do start.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 16, 2012

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