Dreamland by Daryl P. Hall

 

Last night as I lay sleeping

So peaceful, safe, secure.

I entered into reverie

Through dreamland’s oaken door.

I walked into a forest,

At the waning of the light,

I heard the spirit of Rhiannon

Ringing out into the night.

‘Twas then I spied a couple –

They were walking side by side,

Striding there in harmony,

Their smiles so great and wide.

The soothing wind was blowing

As they continued hand in hand,

Stardust seemed to grace her hair

As they stepped out on the land.

I overheard them talking

But they didn’t say a word,

Then I began to realise –

It was their souls I heard.

They talked of hopes eternal

‘Neath moonlight’s gentle beams,

Saw each other’s lives in pictures

And tacitly revealed their dreams.

Then he stopped to pick a flower,

A rose so red for her to keep.

He gazed into her crystal eyes

And tried to read her feelings deep.

I wish that I could tell you more,

Elaborate on things they spoke,

But I had to walk back through the door

To gently start to wake.

 

© Daryl P. Hall

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Daryl HallAbout the Author

Daryl P. Hall was born in 1963 in the historic city of Worcester, United Kingdom. He always had a love for words, especially the written word; as a youngster he devoured books. He started writing poetry and lyrics in his mid-teens, as an expression of his sensitive soul.

Visit Daryl’s Author Page At: www.ctupublishinggroup.com/daryl-p.-hall-.html



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