"A Dreamer’s Dream"

“A Dreamer’s Dream”

“When you allow angels to be
part of your life, miracles happen,”
A loving angel came to me in dreams.
She showed me life’s
not always what it seems,
And brought me to a place
where sweet dreams live.
She gave to me a gift
that I now give,
A Dreamer’s Dream.

She whispered, “Take my hand
and I will lead you through
a place where only
sweet dreams can come true.
Close your eyes
and open up your heart,
for then this flight
of dreams so sweet can start.
Dream, Dreamer, Dream.”

She brought me through
the darkness to the Light,
Where colors wrapped around me,
such delight.
A patchwork quilt
of beauty without seams,
Each color was
a rainbow full of dreams.
Dreamers Dreams.

She led me through
a hallway of pure sound,
With doors flung open
widely all around.
And from each room
a song would gently play.
I wished with all my heart
that I could stay.
In this Dreamer’s Dream.
But we drifted in the
fragrance of the breeze,
To savor all the flowers
and the trees.
We tasted all of life
that we could see,
And felt it flow
as one in harmony….
We Dreamed this Dreamer’s Dream.

Then my angel turned her eyes
to me and said,
“You’re the Keeper of these Dreams
inside your head.
Find sweet Dreamers,
who would Dream of Love and Light,
These Dreams will lead them
safely through the night,
Help these Dreamers Dream”

And so I am the
Keeper of this Dream,
it’s true,
But I offer all my Dreams
to each of you.
May thier loving sweetness
visit you each night
And fill your soul with
Love and Warmth and Light.

And in the sweetness of friendship
let there be laughter and the sharing of pleasures.
For in the dew of little things the heart
finds its morning and is refreshed.

Dream, Dreamers, Dream!

written by Robert Allen

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11 responses to “"A Dreamer’s Dream"

  1. BaggieSue

    A very sweet poetry. 🙂

  2. BaggieSue

    A very sweet poetry. 🙂

  3. M

    Analia,

    I like this poem and found your site interesting.
    But I’m sorry I can’t understand the Spanish text…

  4. M

    Analia,

    I like this poem and found your site interesting.
    But I’m sorry I can’t understand the Spanish text…

  5. Analia

    M, I’ll try to translate all my posts to English, so everybody, or at least, more people can read them. Thanks for your comment.

  6. Analia

    M, I’ll try to translate all my posts to English, so everybody, or at least, more people can read them. Thanks for your comment.

  7. RUTH

    hi Analia
    Thankyou for visiting my site; please come again.

    manuel looks a fine boy, I assume he is your son.

    I love the poem; very meaningful to me.

    Best Wishes

  8. RUTHhttp://ruthjen.blogspot.com/

    hi Analia
    Thankyou for visiting my site; please come again.

    manuel looks a fine boy, I assume he is your son.

    I love the poem; very meaningful to me.

    Best Wishes

  9. RUTH

    hi Analia
    Thankyou for visiting my site; please come again.

    manuel looks a fine boy, I assume he is your son.

    I love the poem; very meaningful to me.

    Best Wishes

  10. Audrey

    A beautiful poem Analia our dreams are important…dream well for you and your young ones

    But I being poor, have only my dreams
    I have spread my dreams under your feet
    Tread softly,
    Because you tread on my dreams
    W.B.Yeats

    Keep creating its very healing and you are very gifted

  11. Audrey

    A beautiful poem Analia our dreams are important…dream well for you and your young ones

    But I being poor, have only my dreams
    I have spread my dreams under your feet
    Tread softly,
    Because you tread on my dreams
    W.B.Yeats

    Keep creating its very healing and you are very gifted

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