Maya Hanson (mye3 poet)


Perhaps Love Is Like A Dream


Perhaps love is like a dream
hidden in the shadows
Perhaps love is like a dream
dancing in the cold wind

Is it real
Is it something
I can touch

Or is it a dream
in my mind
between the lines
out of the corner of my eye

Perhaps love is like a dream
a storm deep in the woods
Perhaps love is like a dream
a burst of emotion broke a wall

Maybe love’s not for me
how should I know
Maybe it’s just a dream
buried deep in the winter snow

I’m forgetting a move that was made
a long time ago
The rain closed in
and I thought alone…
Perhaps love is like a dream

Perhaps love is like a dream
protected by the evergreen trees
Perhaps love is like a dream
belonging only to me

Submitted: Saturday, January 04, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 07, 2014

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