EclipseOfTheMoon

From the Pocket of a Dream

*This Is About Love*

This is about the awakening
You know
like from the deepest sleep
when eyelids
still heavy of darkness
first try to fight the light
then slowly open
to meet the daylight
yet
still totally in distrust

This is about a spark
which was lit in the heart
where the seed of warmth
now grow into a flame
It’s all about the sweet threat
of burning up the soul

You know me
My grey clouds still linger
in my eyes from time to time
Yet
more often replaced
with some weird
gentle
fluffy bubbles of happiness
New
So unknown in my world

This is about the thousands
of small crazy spiders
forging the plans about a hunt
In order to tempt you
into their cobweb
Here
in the safety of this dream
now too real
to keep me asleep

***
© Eclipse 2008 – 2011

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5 comments on “*This Is About Love*

  1. I read this, and immediately thought of my boyfriend. Your words seem to sum my feelings up exactly. Thank you.

  2. rosemarymonteith
    May 10, 2011

    Lovely Eclipse

  3. Alive aLwaYs
    May 10, 2011

    “now too real
    to keep me asleep”

    It’s about awakening. Very true.

  4. Bodhirose
    May 10, 2011

    Love can awaken us from the deepest sleep. I love this quiet and yet powerful description from your dreams.

  5. ladynimue
    May 9, 2011

    This is about a spark
    which was lit in the heart
    where the seed of warmth
    now grow into a flame
    It’s all about the sweet threat
    of burning up the soul

    so true ! each image you paint is so much unique and tempting 😉

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