Douglas Williams

Rookie (Gray, LA)

Daydreams - Poem by Douglas Williams

Staring out my car window,
mesmerized by the intense rain.
Daydreams of love and romance,
fill my already aching head.

A picture materializing in my mind,
like a giant puzzle.
The pieces fall in place one by one,
ending with the best of my imagination.

Thinking of her,
Wanting to hear her voice.
Needing her near,
feeling her soft touch.

Filled only by happiness and pleasure,
a few of my life-long dreams.
Slow sensitizing kisses and gentle hugs,
bringing me to cloud nine.

Embracing under the moonlight,
bringing together all our hopes.
Sharing our unconditional love,
washing away all the memories.

A loud honk behind me,
jars me from my dream.
Going straight to my destination,
knowing she's somewhere.

Staring out my car window,
mesmerized by the intense rain.


Comments about Daydreams by Douglas Williams

  • Cj Heck (11/10/2005 6:30:00 AM)


    Another gentle, loving poem. My, My, you are a romantic.
    Lovely.
    Warmest regards,
    CJ
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 10, 2005



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