Paul Ogbuigwe

Inanna - Poem by Paul Ogbuigwe

Come to me in my dreams,
And bathe me in laughing streams
Of memories long forgotten,
Before my heart was rotten.

Tell me this too shall pass.
That when my tears touch the grass
From there a flower shall bloom
To brighten memory's darker rooms.

Sing to me a song of love,
Of angels come now from above.
Of raging winds folding the seas,
While we watch safely atop palm trees.

Dance with me my sweet princess.
Let tapping feet dispel my distress
Till I am finally unconstrained
From demons longing for my end.

Topic(s) of this poem: dreaming, loneliness, loss, love, love and dreams, sadness

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Came to me in the eye of a storm

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 18, 2016

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