Kay Salady

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In Fields Of Reverie - Poem by Kay Salady

The poppies have withered
And I've forgotten how to dream
Their black seeds crushed
In the hourglass
Its fine sand now declining
Deception came to take away
The time I thought was mine
Remembrance sealed
Inside my heart
Beyond an open door
How I hunger for a window
Leading to the green
Where I might reap
That hallowed sleep
In fields of reverie
 
©Kay Salady

Topic(s) of this poem: dreams, sleep


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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 23, 2018



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