James Darwin Smith II

Gold Star - 6,498 Points (10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

No End "Inspired From A Dream - Poem by James Darwin Smith II

Energy felt
Shooting up and down
And all around
This body
In a surge of salvation
Feeling loved
As these dreams
Finally ascend

Is she here?

Wings appear upon me
Covered within her grace
She then tells me
To fear not
Reassuring me
That I am safe

I fly and fly
In a green vortex somehow
To a beautiful paradise
None that I have ever seen before

Everything so green
Never knew waterfalls
Could go up so high
So much peace
Feeling love like
I have never felt love before

She appears in front of me
A little girl appears right by her
With dark, yet somehow light hair
Smiling, with confidence
What does this all mean?
Is there a metaphor in this somehow?

So much love felt
Never knew love could be this strong
Anxiety gone
Feeling peace
A sense of peace
That I have never felt before

This angel that has given me wings
Puts her hand of grace on my chest
Touches me with great compassion
Stating everything will get so much better
Just you wait!

These wings then start flapping
On their own ascending
Then descending
Down upon earth again
Making me wonder
Was this always the truest form of hell?

Eyes then open
It was all a dream, after all
But everything felt so real
As if I could smell everything
Breathing in all in
Taste its exuberance
All the while
Wishing I was there, again

But then an epiphany
I am right here
Must make the most of it
Find my slice of paradise
In every way shape or form

Tears falling
Realizing I was loved beyond these flaws
Soul seen
No mirrors
Just love

This was a dream that I had
What does it all mean?

Perhaps someday
I will make amends
Then I shall finally ascend!
Of course in this life that I live

I have always smelled a flowery scent
Is that her?
The Angel that inspired me
To believe in love again

No End

Topic(s) of this poem: angel, dream, love

Form: Ballad

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Written on 12/7/17

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 7, 2017

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