Wednesday, September 15, 2021
Amazing Dreams: Fantasies of an Old Man
My wings gleam white in the dawn’s golden light,
Showering sweetly on faces of all
Who gasp at the sudden death of the night.
Many who hide in the valley below,
Shield tender ears and avert fearful eyes --
Gravity lashes water to bellow
And to roar as the falling river cries.
None hear my aging voice cast on the air;
Comforting words never reach tender ears.
I pierce the abyss on wings white and fair;
The joy of my flight distracts from their fears.
Their cheers and hurrahs support my grand flight.
Their bright shining faces dispel the night.
When folks are so afraid they cannot hear and cannot see, joy may break through to dispel the shadows and bring the light.
Posted by Mick at 11:21 PM