Colin Todd Andreas

(Springdale, AR, USA)

The Sky Of My Dreams - Poem by Colin Todd Andreas

She is the sky of my dreams, mysterious as the colors of the sunrise, and as beautiful and
glorious the transfer of day to night; drawing me into her arms and into her heart, as
the moon pushes the tides closer to shore
Loving me and holding me, as the night holds
the earth close as it grows; as the darkness engulfs the sky, sleep slowly comes, holding
us tight, secure in our dreams
The morning slowly comes to wake us from peace, and
she rises at my side with the sun, that slowly moves up through the sky, pushing the night
and the peace, slowly to a place it's not willing to share
Awake I smile showing my love
to the one I adore; I watch my sky, as I tingle all over, like a tree sways from the wind
blowing through
Kissing my lips she hears my thoughts, and smiles to me as the sun
smiles upon the earth, wakening it from the night, which slowly chose to go
She crawls back to my side, to feel secure in the warmth, which we so happily made
Not caring of the time as the sun moves slowly, yet quickly above
I watch my sky, the sky of my dreams, as the sun watches us, with its eyes in the sky
Knowing only love and the warmth of her touch, so close by my side, as she falls back to sleep with a smile of peace.

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  • (7/20/2008 12:54:00 AM)

    very romanitic, loved it, thanks for sharing (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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