Alice Lupin

Dreams Of You - Poem by Alice Lupin

Wells of water empty streaming
pouring in a heart of lore
And endless voices softly singing
Answer sounds unheard before

And while I whisper in your absence
Words inside are waging war
I can feel the ground collapsing
To an empty beach, a faded shore

And in the sunlight I am smiling
For happy days, for open doors
The hallway rooms are waiting restless
Unafraid and unexplored

Slowly I can see myself progressing
I’m just not sure I know what for
And in my mind I keep repressing
Dreams of you I can’t ignore

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Your love is a bad medicine..

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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 9, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, September 9, 2013

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