Mihaela Pirjol


You Used To Entertain My Dreaming


You used to entertain my dreaming
Like feather light my soul felt then,
Never foreseen your commonly becoming,
When high above you raised among them.

This sweet illusion that I've build in time,
To once in life myself completely abandon,
To reach the very essence of this soul of mine
With no wings when I may fall.

And still, the falling taught me best,
More than I ever knew that I can be;
The mind, the heart and soul at test
Profoundly unified in clarity.

Submitted: Friday, February 28, 2014
Edited: Friday, August 15, 2014

Topic(s): first love


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  • Rookie - 850 Points Susan Lacovara (3/4/2014 10:23:00 AM)

    The clarity that comes from separating dreams and reality sometimes leaves the heart wanting more. This was an amazingly soulful write. I am impressed with your ability to make us see ourselves in the mirror of your words. PEACE (Report) Reply

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