It might be a pretty gift I won
The wrath of storm might seek itself a mind
A petty grace might be a beauty itself alone
The storm might be more temperate and kind.
I alone in the sun stood to obtain
Breath in free air, but all in vain.
More to see the sun peep through cloud
Or the rivulet dance on flickering mood
I stood-I stood; but a call, loud
In reverse from them became a dupe.
Her divine wrath, a divine beauty was in refuse
But my wrath I could hardly defuse.
In surging silence of atmosphere, I
More to see the retreating earth stop
Stopped, caring little about her; or her to defy
I took the role of Alien, ever atop.
In return of her, there although none to tease
All Kashful beside me stopped dancing in breeze.
How far her should I realize, if I could
Little I know; but realization the sun gave in return
Yet I glued to the scene, and did little I should.
All in vain, oh! , I say 'twas better turn
Before the sun went behind curtain
Before I subdued my pain in pain.
Little more or petty less I could travel in diverge
Among the Kashful, beside the rivulet
But all in dignity the death returned to my verse
And the world all above turned fever and fret
Now I churn the moments I lost
Are all nothing but visible ghost.
Today in return the day come again
The rivulet flow fast, Kashful dance I see
Petty much its better than that day of rain
Petty much vile never it'll be.
Now I see over head the sun beam
Though the day I lost a dream within a dream.
|1||Cecilia's Dream, Poem by Carlo Goldoni|
|2||The Dream, Poem by cece|
|3||The Secret Dream, Poem by Douglas Gibson|
|4||Dream Is Calling, Poem by Francis Vielé-Griffin|
|5||Endless Dream, Poem by Inbar|
|6||I'D A Dream, Poem by John Hartley|
|7||A Dream, Poem by Maggie Pogue Johnson|
|8||Impossible Dream, Poem by Micron|
|9||Dream Knight, Poem by Micron|
|10||Dream Of Flying, Poem by Micron|
|11||My Dream, Poem by Neo tshegofatso Molefe|
|12||Dream Girl (Vol.4), Poem by RAKCHAS|
|13||A Dream, Poem by Robert C O Benjamin|
|14||The Maiden's Dream, Poem by Robert C O Benjamin|
|15||Evening Of A Dream, Poem by Shampa|