A touch of moonbeams, gentle breeze,
A pleasant bubbling of the spring,
A tactful touch of hands, in dreams
They lived whole life in such a bliss.

Two lonely souls in whispering shadows,
Two desperate hearts engulfed in trance,
They walk in dark on flowery meadows,
Their lifelong dreams now realized.
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Posted: Mar 2011
About this poem:
Lyrical digression.

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Now this in new and young love expressed to me...lovely gentle write Marikia....Niahcheering teddybear
Do i smell something in the spring air?
very nice
A nice poem Marikia....uplifting and poignant. Thanks for sharing. hug
Hi, marikia,
Thanks for sharing this "Lyrical digression" to Bliss.
A lyrical one from the oldies.
Dreams are whispers from your soul. And dreams are forever.
These two are quotes conveying the essence of dreaming. Sometimes the only thing that keeps one afloat and protects from losing mind is dreaming and fantasizing.
Thank you!tip hat
AHH Bliss!
The flame that burns from both ends'
Searing that love....
to meet each other that will consume all that is and was.

Loved reading your write.

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"Now a soft kiss - Aye, by that kiss, I vow an endless bliss." (John Keats)
Thank you, Sophia, for your lovely comment! bouquet
Marikia - without our dreams, it would be a bleak World indeed - enjoyed you write
sorry (typo) of course I mean enjoyed your write
I really like this You have improved almost beyond recognition. keep it up hugs
godsprincessonline today!
Very lovely poem Marikia - glad I checked out the poems at the bottom of the page listed! applause

Kathy teddybear
Thank you, Kathy, so very nice of you, as always! Some time I used to play around with words, and it was a good time. I am out and about - you don't see me, but I am here! Wishing you all the best!hug
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