jouney to a dream

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A soliloquy of the author on his uncertain dreams and fate. This poem reflects ones view on life as confusion is concern. Con fusion on the days that might distort ones perceptions on the least thing you’ve accomplished.

Submitted: February 09, 2011

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Journey to a dream
By; Glenn, Cañamo Jr.

I was trapped, trapped in the vortex of thoughts
Emotion unwind, mind quenched absurd truth
Of dream; so long to be reached thy fate?
Shall I dream to poseur? Or dreamed in baits?

Trudge in delude mist; roads in rocky peak
For a hazy journey mocked me to break
Oh! Pain after lose; my love and wreck fate
Shall I dream to proceed? Or dreamed to faint?

I follow the wind that blew on west cost
A stone to draw my footprints in waves; lost?
Why should I curse my fate? Undesired fate
Shall I dream to flee? Or dreamed life to face?

Oh storm in heaven’s bosom, curse thy wind
For my life was thrown, like disgrace in sinned
I bowed before its strengths and stoops in shame
Shall I dream to rapture? Or dreamed to wane?

I all alone hang in my grieve and fret
For a long time to ponder; “I see it”---
“I see it open” oh! Cloudy bosom
Shall I dream to stay? Or dreamed to stand on?

I look forward; I stand and faced the sun
Shadowy cast of failure seen in sand
Hath not man besiege courage aftermath?
Shall I dream to gaze? Or dreamed by lot?

I walk in the light ignoring the shadow
My new dream start, in new seeds of mellow
Bound with hope, cast by the light in vast range
Shall I dream for more? Or dreamed like a sage?

I dream, I love; what shall it pay for me?
Hath not man a heart? It pays love to see
Yes! Continue dream for more; you’ll have best
But like a sage, bound with contentment least

“Van of dawn”2011


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