Mitchell Dyck

(Elkford, British Columbia)

The Dreamer - Poem by Mitchell Dyck

Please donÕt stop
Not on my account
Whispers are only heard
By the souls for whom theyÕre meant
But when your vulnerability
Begins to prevail
Please let me go
But donÕt ask where
Your secrets are yours and yours alone
The silence awakens and yet another is born
The unheard sounds echoing
In my ears and through my body
But please catch me when I drift
For only I know how far I will go
But only you can stop me.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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