Cassaries Johnson


Tenuve Un Sueno La Noche Antes (I Had A Dream The Night Before) - Poem by Cassaries Johnson

I had a dream the previous night,
Blossoming from the edge of reason,
In this world I entered twilight,
Blissfully falling to submission

My former flame, now she is my mistress,
Knowing of my forbidden lust,
Her foul words they do caress,
As her harsh blows turn my mind to dust

In the halls of our very school we dance,
A dance of forbidden passion and love,
Of words, whips, and a kiss for good cadence,
If only this world could then rise above

I had not a dream the night before,
A message written in oblivion
Attacking, growing to be sure,
How long ‘til this dream reaches completion?

I yearn so deeply for it to be true,
Maybe another will fulfill this dream,
Of words, whips, and a kiss to start anew,
I’m glad that, for a night I’ve been,
Introduced to the taste of this sweet poison

Topic(s) of this poem: dream, love


Poet's Notes about The Poem

As the title suggests, this poem is based on a dream I had the previous night. I originally wrote this poem over two years ago; to be exact on Thursday, December 20,2012, coincidentally one day before the world was supposed to end. As far as I am concerned, this dream signaled the end of the person I once knew.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 31, 2015



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