Eleise Queensbury


Daydreaming - Poem by Eleise Queensbury

If I were to plant a tree
Each time I thought of you
Within days I’d have a forest
With a gentle stream running through

The surroundings would be peaceful
The air warm and clean
The perfect place to relax, unwind
Or simply just daydream

The sounds would be peaceful
Would soothe the savage beast
Birds chirping from sheer happiness
As my desires for you increase

A blanket serves as comfort
For our bodies to lay upon
We make love all through the night
Then once again at dawn

My fantasies have taken over
Wishing is my strongest vice
When you find out it’s worth the trip
You’ll want to take it twice


(1998)

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 22, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 22, 2011


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