Dream Lover

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: May 30, 2017

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Submitted: May 30, 2017




she calls to me

beyond silver silk

and opal shine, pupil

of infinite design, mine


though the heart sings (now)

I call thee from brow (cow)

yes, the golden flow (stow)

or drink of indigo sew (grow)


in night stupor, she draws vapor

(my heart with locks living there)

her effortless grace, broken by haste

(seconds pass within a stare's pace)


hesitant to break shell of hell

(don't worry, knows thee well)

I release some small grace

(smart mind defeated by face?)


there was a moment, where no love could be

compassion has lead, to foment you in me;

though hundreds of lines were wrote

none doth love smote (or so he dote)


what is it that draws you across time

(for in dream, you are resplendently fine)

when you wake, my dance will echo thine

(sway ship, smooth slip of spine)


then even night cannot break

those fervent passions awake

(is he true, is he truly for you)

or do the doubts slowly slake?


my the shy time

of gratitude divine

(she's feet from thine)

(told all of your shine)


blue eye don't lie

bridges built, tendered oft

(don't whine or delay loft)

cheeks burn amidst soft mouth



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