Vision Ghost

Rookie - 5 Points (24/01/1979 / Epsom, East Surrey)

Galileo's Scope And Magellan's Compass - Poem by Vision Ghost

Lying here naked and sleeping deep in the field of my dreams
Passive thoughts reminisce through my mind in endless streams
Rays of warming sun caress from so very high above in my sky
Knowing I could remain here for as long as I can and just to lie

Winds so gentle to merely just a breeze flowing through my hair
My eyes closed and a smile forms so involuntarily without a care
As a picture of her in my mind that’s been there for awhile today
I wonder if you see the world the same way I do and what to say

In an eventuality of one day meeting and seeing your eyes for real
With so much to say and yet we would probably be silent to steal
A confidence to speak gone and the only thing to do is now stare
Eyes to eyes upon a field on a hillside by a forest of freshest air

Wishing I could lead you away from loneliness and so promise
That the monsters of the past are gone, you’re safe now in this
A moment of when the skies meet the eyes meeting the spirit
That enwraps its arms between two souls exploration shall emit

Then discover of we are and from where we came from here on
As a day yet begins and ends much conversation to pour upon
Impressions in mind until the day embarks I see myself in arms
Lost in wonderment and the warmth of your embrace in charms

So close in that vision it is as though you could almost be here
Chasing away time and I can tell you that you’ve nothing to fear
Leaving the cold outside watched from a window so very near
Remarking on the moment of the falling snow and winds steer

Wishing so for the deep vision of Galileo’s telescope to see this
And from the guidance of Magellan’s compass to find this bliss
That somehow somewhere time and events steer souls together
To lie in a field upon the hill near forest of bluebells and heather

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 6, 2008

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