Van Savoy Loch


Dream In A Dream - Poem by Van Savoy Loch

I see you walking away in my dreams, trying to hang on too the thin line that connect us. The time is frozen and so em I only you are afloat like an iceberg melting away from me.

Close your eyes you said and kissed my face, your lips so subtle your smell so soft gentle. My face just melted in your hands like candle wax and a new me emerged, a me I didn't know about.

Was I reborn from your touch all this is confusing so much, I had to go and explore to find my self. So I jumped from one meridian to the unknown and distant shore of uncertainty.

And found my self on the edge of a world of upside down, found a paint brush and painted everything blue, yellow, orange and green and then there was bang the biggest bang ever and here I was in my own kaleidoscope afloat on colour and beauty.

Falling trough dimensions with no fear of hight I spread my hands like wings of and albatross and glide in and out from on in too the other, the oceans are so blue beneath I have the urge of being immersed in their abyssal endlessness.

Its time to go back, so I take the short cut tunnels full of colour and glide trough them like on a water slide a wicked ride absorbed in a stream of exhilarating pleasure and hype.

And here I was lying there in the laurels of my dream feeling somehow clean and wanting more. Tonight again I thought all be afloat on the dreaming boat, good morning for now till its time for goodnight.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, October 5, 2011


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