Walter C. Edwards


From This Sleep - Poem by Walter C. Edwards

From where does your love flow,
I have walked upon the oceans sands,
I have climb the tallest mountains,
to get a better view,
kissed deep, kissed hard,
looked upon the night sky,
and sat there wondering why,
if only I could touch your face,
with my warm soft hands of grace,
you walk with me in my dreams,
surrounded by glimmering radiating beams,
kiss me hard, kiss me deep,
but never awaken me from this sleep.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 28, 2013



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