James Darwin Smith II

Gold Star - 5,246 Points (10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

To The Dreams Of All Dreams - Poem by James Darwin Smith II

Inspired from the heart
And all of the hope it receives
As each blessed moment sings;
Songs of love's internal arrival
As the self-cleansing begins

Unstoppable in a surreal setting
Floating atop the clouds of a golden tomorrow
Feeling relaxed as the sun shines in
Through dreams of an intuitional cleansing
Via the dawning of prophecies fulfilled

And happiness becomes contagious
A force so true to it's form
Spreading towards cold frigid remorse
Melting a past full of iceberg endeavours
Balancing waters flowing with a warming breeze

Now the sun always beams
Within these very dreams
Positivity has arrived
Through thick and thin
Happiness for being alive
And well? Yes, Very much so

In life, I do admit it will not always be great
But the bad does come and go
The good is always loyal
No matter where my thoughts shall go from here

But now, both are a cohesive unit
Unified as they steer me towards the right direction

Inspired from the heart
And the mind as the well
Two strong forces
Preparing me for an even greater tomorrow

The heart sings songs to the mind
The mind sings songs to the heart
Together as one,
They become stronger than they have ever been before

Life, It is a continual battle
But that is what it makes it worth living
Becoming the best one can in the flesh
So the soul can live forever in harmony
Beyond the limits of one's own wildest dreams

If everything were to became barren
I shall always envision it always being green
Nothing could ever take that away, from me

Air to air
My heart and mind shall always sing

To the dream of all dreams
My heart and mind shall always sing together, Indeed

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Written on 3/12/13

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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