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She Dreams (poem)

Updated on March 30, 2017

She dreams again about her days of youth

With eyes which added wonder to the sky

And lips cast kisses made the flowers sigh

A world where Joyous teardrops bore the truth

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Those wrinkles were mere questions passing by

Does he still pine each moment they’re away

What shall she wear to help impress the day

She dreams about those days and wonders why

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When did those magic whispers choose to stray

Amid the memory’s forgotten spring

Another hope another heart to sing

Another lost tomorrow to betray

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Yet through his eyes her moods would gaily swing

She’s beautiful and time won’t change a thing

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      Missy Smith 18 months ago from Florida

      Very pretty expressions about a woman getting older and how it makes her feel. I know I feel this way a lot of days. I love Joe Cocker's voice. I was so sad when he passed away. The images of flowers in the video are pretty too. The whole hub was lovely. :)

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      Shauna L Bowling 18 months ago from Central Florida

      Martin, this poem reminds us that women age gracefully in someone's eyes. Thank you for these beautiful words.

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      Dora Isaac Weithers 18 months ago from The Caribbean

      Beautiful thoughts, beautifully expressed. The last two lines are so touching!

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