Mark Bratlie


Dream Notes - Poem by Mark Bratlie

I woke up this fine morning with a song inside my head,
and I'd love the chance to share this gift with you.
Whenever words come softly on a day that's bright and clear,
I know the message that they bring is true.

And the message will come through, the message will come through,
the message will come through to you and me.
If we listen with our hearts and quiet down our minds,
the message will come through to you and me.

If we are accepting of the grace that's ever near,
what enters is the truth we're ready for.
The light will never blind us, and we need not turn away;
instead, it will reveal the open door.

Still, change may not come easily; sometimes we have to fight
our secret demons that we've come to know.
When crisis comes a-calling full of pain and misery,
we can see it as a chance to learn and grow.

And the message will come through, the message will come through,
the message will come through to you and me.
If we listen with our hearts and quiet down our minds,
the message will come through to you and me.

When fear comes to the table, always treat him as a guest
and don't hesitate to look him in the eye.
But when the meal is over, quickly offer him your hand
and send him down the road with a goodbye.

The love that is in each of us just needs a chance to grow,
as it stretches gently toward the light above.
And the peace that we all yearn for is closer than we think,
as it hovers on the white wings of a dove.

And the message will come through, the message will come through,
the message will come through to you and me.
If we listen with our hearts and quiet down our minds,
the message will come through to you and me.

Yes, I woke up this fine morning with a song inside my head,
and I enjoyed the chance to share this gift with you.
Whenever words come softly on a day that's bright and clear,
I know the message that they bring is true.


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Dreamed and written as a song.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 1, 2013



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