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Elia Michael


A Dream


I had a dream that all was well
I was with the one I desired
At a far and idyllic dell
And not a thing more was required

I was under a magic spell
And I felt completely at ease
We lay down and my heart did swell
With our love there among the trees

This is where you and I should dwell
Here where we can both drink moonbeams
And we can sip the stars and tell
Each other of our drunken dreams

The scent of the forest bluebell
And the sound of a running stream
Are interrupted by the bell
My alarm has broken my dream

Submitted: Monday, March 10, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Topic of this poem: dream


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