Jacqueline Shor

Rookie (9/26/44 / Revere, Mass.)

The Castle Of Dreams - Poem by Jacqueline Shor

Once upon a time
In a castle long ago
There lived a little princess
With hair as white as snow


She played a little game there
With the friends that she new best
They told each other of their dreams
And made up all the rest


They dreamed of mountains
And rivers of glass
Flowing through the mountain pass


The princess was never lonely
So many friends she had
They never ran out of games to play
They never had time to be sad


So little ones gather
And dream the whole night through
So you can share them with your friends
Like the little princess did do
Your friends will love you too


Comments about The Castle Of Dreams by Jacqueline Shor

  • (2/23/2008 10:05:00 PM)


    wonderful poem and only if we could all do that this days... hope you continue to write this is really good poem.. cant wait to see what you write next (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 5, 2004



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