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The Dream Analysis

February 4, 2014
By LifeLeader PLATINUM, Roanoke, Virginia
LifeLeader PLATINUM, Roanoke, Virginia
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Finally I am taken away by my sleep
The time when I am finally engulfed with dreams
Little by little, the gold dust brushes my face
Entering a world that is as exquisite as outer space

The bruised moon has arrived
The clouds are rarely in sight
Leaving the ones that carry my fantasies

The crickets are singing because the birds are asleep
Slowly reality begins to completely release me

Worries and troubles cannot bother me here
No matter their greatness or no matter they were mere
My head displays visions that parallel the real
I see that which I cannot see, I feel what I cannot feel

Someone I never met
Something I never knew
Here is where I learn the new

The sight I'd see before me, the heavens and the Earth
The horrors surrounding are suddenly converted to mirth

Millions of moons I see, several stars surround
The light seems everlasting, nothing appears unsound
I experience all that I cannot experience during sun
I do several different things that I had never ever done

The sun is awakening, the dawn is almost out
Sadly I must follow my soul's returning route
The moon is being stubborn, the sun is enraged
One wants to move forward the other resists change

Darkness versus light
Such a marvelous fight
But the axis must continue to turn

Farewell my star soul-mates, So long mother moon
Sunset may seem distant, but believe it to be soon

The author's comments:
This poem is inspired by other 'Dreaming' poem. I hope you like it andd please leave comments!

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This article has 2 comments.

on Feb. 12 2014 at 8:36 am
LifeLeader PLATINUM, Roanoke, Virginia
46 articles 0 photos 17 comments
Thank you so much!

on Feb. 11 2014 at 9:48 pm
WinterRose76 SILVER, Ok., Florida
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Favorite Quote:
Arise and be all that you dream - Flyleaf

I love this! The poem itself is beautifully written, and the imagery portrayed is so vivid.