Random Poem – its nameless

Poetry upon a page                                                                                                                is a ship to take me far away.

it arrives in my thoughts and dreams                                                                                     sailing to me through art and words.

an angel is the captain                                                                                                           lost souls make up the crew.

I must be going to heaven.                                                                                                     when did I die?

We arrive.                                                                                                                               Trees wave a cheerful greeting as we arrive on the shore – the golden, sandy shore.

White cotton clouds are in no hurry,                                                                                      shapeshifting to every known animal and more!

Birds sing sweet songs;                                                                                                         flowers dance gracefully in the breeze.

Dandelion seeds fly, bees buzz around checking the dancers’ costumes.                           I know I’ve entered a strange, utterly perfect world.

Then I realise I’m still on Earth                                                                                               and have been in sweet slumber all the while.

that poem is 123 words long!


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