Jerrie Banz

(Mosinee, Wisconsin, USA)

The Dream Catcher - Poem by Jerrie Banz

Hey there little sleepy-head
Snuggled in your nice warm bed
Daddy comes and hugs you tight
Mama kisses you good-night
If I could weave a dream someday
You would ride a horse to the milky-way
You would pick the stars from the sky
And hang them in your room to dry
There they would shine so bright
Then the dream catcher could see at night
With a net make from a spider's web
He would catch the monsters in your head
So sleep tight my Grandson
I'll weave your dreams everyone
And when you are fast asleep
I'll send them all to you to keep
They will be full of love and joy
Made just for you my little boy
You will be the hero in them all
You will be the prince handsome and tall
And sometimes I hope tobe
In your dreams you and me
I'd chase those monsters all away
I'll say "GO OUTSIDE AND PLAY !"
The Dream Weaver.....Grandma


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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