Mihaela Pirjol


A Dream


Enchanted by the spectacle indoor,
My mind is a playing scene;
With eager joy my inner eyes devour
All of the heart unseen.

It is a dream that still exists,
Once thought to burst in life,
It lingered long but did persist
Look at it now; it's so alive!

Never late for second chance,
Now it's the time, it can be done;
And all its splendour to enhance
On mountains peaks to stand.

So lively in my fantasy unfolds,
In heart and soul believed it's true,
And that's my wish for future holds
To make my dream come true.

Submitted: Monday, March 10, 2014
Edited: Sunday, August 17, 2014

Topic(s): dream


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  • Elena Sandu (3/27/2014 3:39:00 AM)

    Beautiful choce of words, wonderful flow, it is always great to turn the eyes inward so that each time we may find a second chance. Thank you for share, Mihaela. (Report) Reply

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