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Dreamers’ Dance (poem)

Updated on July 8, 2015

What dances pass a dream at night

That makes her cast a smile so bright

That all at once my heart’s aglow

To show it shares in her delight

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What tempest’s tempo moves her so

That stardust silhouettes her flow

That draws me in a fantasy

To be a part of all we know

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And through her eyes the world I see

Of children prancing round a tree

That shades the carefree kiss of youth

Which toothless wonders long envy

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Here serenaders seize a booth

Pretending not to be uncouth

As they prepare another song

Along the path to lovers’ truth

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The pulse of passion does prolong

Cascades of kisses growing strong

Under a moon whose blushes hide

The tide beside where we belong

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As our two worlds meet to collide

Awake asleep all cares aside

A torrid tango needs an end

To send us where the angels hide

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We’re free from pretense to pretend

That by desire we shall ascend

To paradise not far away

Astray from pleasure we extend

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What dance passed by a dream this way

That only lips through kisses say

By tree that’s slipping into sight

Excited at two lovers’ play

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      Faith Reaper 21 months ago from southern USA

      Oh, Mh, you have outdone yourself here with such a beautiful masterpiece as this! I really enjoyed reading here this evening.

      Up ++++ and away

      God bless you

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