Peter S. Quinn


It’s a Dreamy Dreamy Day


It’s a dreamy dreamy day
In its all inventive life
Delirious coloring play
As shadows dance and strife

Breaking smoothly thru
Slipping and dropping from sight
On to the grayish blue
That soon is lost in darkish flight

Cloudlets flowers in their glow
From morning going daybreak
Whitish in their drifting snow
As the earth once more is awake

Yesterdays had others dreams
Drunken in their steps smooth
Shimmering in the river stream
Of their ever eternal youth

It’s a never ending sweet
Inventing life and new skies
Every color in tincturing treat
Knotting between unseen ties

Miracle crescent in the sea
Flickering duplicate divine
Precious hours forever free
In the morning and night shine

Submitted: Thursday, March 25, 2010

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