Treasure Island

Hannah Diane Williams


Oh! How I Dream,


Oh! How I dream,
You would say my name
In that voice, so soft, of yours.

Oh! How I dream,
We could be forever
In each other's arms.

Oh! How I dream,
Of the happiness
Two souls have together.

Oh! How I dream,
We're on the clouds
Sharing our first kiss.

Oh! How I dream,
That fire in your eyes
Ignites one in mine.

Oh! How I dream,
Of our wedding day
Becoming one in two bodies,
One in two souls.

Oh! How I dream,
That glorious wedding night,
When for the first time
We'll share everything we have.

Oh! How I dream,
Of fifty years down the road,
And our love all the same.

Oh! How I dream,
I can't wait for all this.
I can't wait for our first kiss,
I can't wait until our wedding day,
I can't wait until our wedding night.

Oh! How I dream,
What the heck is this?
This is nothing more than pure fantasy
Created for my pleasure.

Oh! How I dream,
This will never happen,
I want love, I want it,
But love doesn't want me.

Oh! How I dream,
Eventually love will find me,
And he will ask me for his hand.
We'll share it all together,
All our broken pieces.
And it won't all be perfect,
But it will be love.

Submitted: Sunday, March 14, 2010

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