Dream A Dream For The Day Realm - Poem by David Lacey
The mountain breathes, sleeping gently
Dominating the skylines of this land
The abyss lay calm, the void toying with your curiosity,
Inciting alarm, lightening the load of the magick
That resides within your palms.
Dream a dream for the day realm
If the nightshades leave you insecure.
Forget the girl as you are seduced
By the maidens green of the meadows dream,
Rolling pastures unfold beneath the skies of azure.
You shall see the girl again, what use is there
In dwelling upon a single tear?
The fear keeps on swelling up inside
That she may never return from her hiding
To cast back the tides by the moons parting twilight kiss
It is this that I am missing.
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