Sunday, October 30, 2016

One More Dream

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please, just one more dream
will you bestow a precious rose
let us sing, under moonbeams

silent memories, dying scream
tears of sorrow, has time froze
please, just one more dream

songs drift along the stream
from your lips, a melody flows
let us sing, under moonbeams

healing pools, eyes softly gleam
thorns no longer pierce, love grows
please, just one more dream

heartfelt prose, key words redeem
rays of light, celestial spirits glow
let us sing, under moonbeams

in a slumber, all is not as it seems
i wish not for love to decompose
please, just one more dream
let us sing, under moonbeams

sharing with Poets United

Authors note:
My poem was inspired by
This Place  by Martin Kloess

50 comments:

  1. Hi Truedessa - how lovely ... one more dream and let us sing under moonbeams ... gorgeous to read - cheers Hilary

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    1. Hi Hilary,

      Thanks for visiting, may your dreams come true!

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  2. Another dream for that love to take hold.
    The melody does indeed flow!

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    1. Ah, to awaken to that one dream!

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  3. A flow all aglow as one more dream creeps in to show

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    1. One more dream to add to the landscape!

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  4. let us sing, under moonbeams... such a beautiful thought!

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  5. healing pools, eyes softly gleam
    thorns no longer pierce, love grows
    please, just one more dream

    Such wonderful lines ❤️

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  6. Oh yes, please, "just one more dream". Sign me up!! This is beautiful, my friend.

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    1. Smiling - yes, your place of dream is waiting for you, may it be so!

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  7. I feel this way sometime after a good dream. Yes, 'one more dream' indeed! Lovely sentiments expressed so well, Truedessa.

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    1. Mary, sometimes I don't want to wake up as the dream is so wonderful.

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  8. I think maybe that nourishing memories can be a way to find hope... those dreams can be fulfilled.

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    1. Are we dreaming to our awakening or awakening to our dreams?

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  9. The repetition certainly adds a dreamy quality to this poem.

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    1. Thank you, this is a form I like to use from time to time.

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  10. Truly beautiful - and a fine tribute to Martin's work.

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    1. Thanks, I was visiting Martin's blog and my muse was inspired so I ran with it.

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  11. Your words took me to thoughts of death - a dying one asking for one more dream under moonbeams. Your words touched me and I think they are beautiful.

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    1. Hi Myrna,

      That is an interesting perspective, as often those with illness long for that dream or last wish.

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  12. Yup! I have had my last dream and now living it and sleep peacefully at night... who would have guessed? :-)
    ZQ

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    1. ZQ, How wonderful that you have your dream and are living it. :-) may all you nights be peaceful!

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  13. I really dig the cadence and flow of this piece!

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    1. Thanks Brother Ollie, it does sort of roll...

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  14. Thank you! I'm so honored by this.
    What a magnificent dream

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    1. Thank you Martin for your words as that inspired my muse and brought forth one more dream!

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  15. You've done a masterful job of imbuing One More Dream with such a lovely otherworldly, dreamy aura. So many beautiful lines in this. "rays of light, celestial spirits glow let us sing, under moonbeams" ... exquisite.

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    1. Wendy, I am smiling as it is always a pleasure to read your words.

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  16. Such a wonderful dream to have!! I am sure that Martin is deeply honored to have inspired such beautiful work from you

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    1. Thanks Audrey, I think many of wish for one more great dream in life.

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  17. Roses and dreams go together like love and marriage.

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    1. Ah, the allure of dreams, one never knows where they will go. Thanks for visiting.

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  18. I feel hopeful reading this, Truedessa. That "one more dream" testifies that we have never-ending dreams to aspire as long as we are alive.

    Love the rhymes and the rhythm all throughout.

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    1. Totomai - I believe we all have one more dream as long as we are alive. The dreams may change during the course of life, but yes I like to believe we all have one more dream. Thanks for visiting.

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  20. Luv this whimsical write, thanks for dropping in at my Sunday Standard

    much love...

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    much love...

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    1. Thanks I will look into linking

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  22. Your amazing I always wondered how to people write such beautiful poems Ive tried and it don't make sense lol my poems are BADDD! :-D Thank you so much for sharing this with us.. :-) Have a lovely day! Visit me whenever you have time www.its-dominica.blogspot.co.uk kisses Dominica! xXx

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  23. Wonderful! Very heartfelt and genuine.

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  24. I would settle for just one dream. A non-violent one, please.

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    1. Let tonight be the night you dream of wondrous things.

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