David Hart


Through The Apertures Of Dreams - Poem by David Hart


'Through the Apertures of Dreams' by David Hart

Through the apertures
of ephemeral dreams
I pranced on scintillating
rainbows

~~~ I splashed and played
in Lethe's crisp waters ~~~
I paddled
gleefully towards
a gooey yellow sun
in a pristine cerulean sky ~~~

Fervently in a kayak
made of golden silk and organdy ~~~
Smiles of hello
cheerful nods
greeted me from giddy
sea horses and affectionate
octopuses ~~~

Amidst 100,000 swirling rainbows
and 100,000 glistening
pots of gold
and rows
of laughing white flowers

I flew riding an exhilarated
zig-zagging
yellow and purple butterfly ~~~
Through the apertures of
auspicious dreams ~~~


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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 9, 2009



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