Donnie Black


Dream - Poem by Donnie Black

A dream is but a world we can turn too when we have nothing left
A house is a home to step in to get out of the cold
A battlefield is a pool of bloodshed buried with souls
To be stuck in a dream forever is eternal bliss
No pain no stress, only fear and happiness

A planet is but a world we live on
An ocean is endless, its the mother of life
A sun is warm, its blanket covers the land and cast shadows upon it
To roam a frontier, forever going lushious and free
All war would cease, leaving world peace

My painted world closes in
The Light shines
The Dark shades
They both surround me
my life is at stake
I turn to run its already to late
Gasping for air I awake


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2003



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