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I have know the lost grayness of the day

As darkness clouds every empty chilled glass

And each closed thought convinces me to pray

 

My eyes are heavy with deep blue rivers

For crystal drops defuse the mellow light

Beyond the limit of endless wonders

 

I count silver stars as I pause and roam

Into a journey embraced with your grace

For it is love that takes the dreamer home

 

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Written for Poetry United

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9 Responses to Home

  1. Torie says:

    I love your last line ‘For it is love that takes the dreamer home’. That sounds so nice, honest and true. Thank you for making a visit to my blog šŸ™‚

  2. Grace says:

    So it is ~ Love the ending: For it is love that takes the dreamer home ~

  3. “My eyes are heavy with deep blue rivers” and your closing line spoke to me especially. Beautiful emotive work.

  4. Mary says:

    So true that it is love that takes the dreamer home….and makes the journey home worth while.

  5. Anita says:

    Love makes every journey & moment precious. May we all get to go home.
    Nice message…

  6. Sumana Roy says:

    “it is love that takes the dreamer home”…says it all…also love the images used here..

  7. Oh my ,this is so beautiful – especially “my eyes are heavy with deep blue rivers” and “for it is love that takes the dreamers home.” Sigh. Gorgeous!

  8. Alan,

    There is a blessing and contentment to the joy of returning home again. It is truly where the heart is to be found, within your poem; a prayer in many ways…

    Eileen

  9. “For it is love that takes the dreamer home” – and keeps him there. Nice.

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