Ilania Cyaalá


Summon the Dawn


Summon the dawn and raise me the wind.
Spin me the wheel and dance me the day.
Toss me a ray of sun,
Fetch me a glass of dreams.

I made your white song on the beach,
On the sands of a thousand stars.
I played your lost song of the sea,
On the waves of eternity.

Catch me some gold.
Drift me a hymn.
Sing me a water sprite.
Dance me a dune,
Spin me a lore,
Here on the shores of night.

I made your white song on the beach,
On the sands of a thousand stars.
I played your lost song of the sea,
On the waves of eternity.

Ilania Cyaalá

Feb.17.2008

Submitted: Friday, November 05, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, November 09, 2010

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Comments about this poem (Summon the Dawn by Ilania Cyaalá )

  • Rookie Kevin Carney (11/25/2010 8:59:00 PM)

    Wow, beautifully written. As I read your poem I felt I was floating on the wind. Its a beautiful write and visually so pleasing. I loved your line:

    Fetch me a glass of dreams.

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