Lora Colon

(26 September 1944 / Missouri - United States)

I'll Weave A Dream For You


The threads of love are on the loom,
I'll weave a dream for you;
Threads unraveled from my heart,
Washed in the morning's dew

And while you drift on sleepy waves,
Crossing enchanted streams;
I'll be weaving happiness
Into your glorious dreams

I'll weave a dream of two lost hearts,
Wandering for so long;
Far apart, yet joined by love,
And some kindly angel's song

Two hearts that speak without a voice
In a language with no name;
Bringing forth the blessed words
Of love that warm like a flame

The love that soothes these aching hearts
While banishing all despair,
Takes flight on mighty wings of joy
That stir and startle the air

So, carefully let the dream unfold,
Treasure the things you see;
They were meant for your heart, love,
Designed just for you....... by me!

Submitted: Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, January 22, 2014

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