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by Pamela  Jeffries

A stormy, dark and dreary day
and not a thing to do
but close my eyes and drift away
in fantasies of you.
Behind the misty veil of sleep;
beyond my heart's despair,
with secret promises to keep
I find you waiting there.

Across the golden meadowland
and through the wooded glen
we walk together, hand in hand.
We talk a bit and then
beneath the starry summer sky;
beside the crystal sea,
the hero in this dreamer's lie,
you give your love to me,

And when it comes time to rise
illusions fade away,
and all is lost that satisfies
and holds my grief at bay,
but in my depths the fires burn,
your image locked within,
awaiting still my soul's return
to love you once again.

Poem ID: 4436   Poem Posted: 5/11/1998
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