Paul Hartal

Once Upon An August Dreamy - Poem by Paul Hartal

Once upon an August dreamy
I saw a flat plane very sphery
I could not imagine the simple
Deck ducks danced in a drizzle.

I dreamed of the impossible
The perceptible invisible
Paris moved to Guatemala
Goethe wrote the Kalevala.

Once upon a winter bleary
I saw the world seamy, creamy
The yellow a purple colour
The mirror in misdemeanour.

I dreamed of the impossible
The pope became infallible
Vendors sold plenty of things
Rag rings and American kings.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 5, 2011

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