From the Pocket of a Dream


We could talk with waves
Our words would rolling down the cliffs
Our whisper ran through the pines
hiding playfully behind the wet stones
Our laughters were merged
at sunsets above the Adriatic
murmuring lightly
through the whiteness of sea foam

We could touch the stars
in the nights
and sail endlessly through our fantasies
We could rejoice in memories we never had
mourn the cries of seagulls
in their strange sorrows

We could swim far away from the coast
pretending to be fearless
of what is hidden in the depth
We were two dots on the horizon
while our hearts would banged wild
revealing our foolishness

We could do it all
And now we are dead
buried by the tide of time
You are no more
and I was given the silence
A deaf solitude in the darkness

The murmur of Adriatic
now defiantly streams
only in the veins


© Eclipse 2012
(Dedicated to my father)


8 comments on “*Legacy*

  1. Broken Sparkles
    June 5, 2012

    Wonderful dedication! You never cease to amaze me with your words!

  2. Sue Dreamwalker
    June 3, 2012

    Wishing you well Eclipse.. and Did I tell you how much I love your new Theme and layout!.. Hope you are relaxing.. Sue.. x

  3. abichica
    June 3, 2012

    so beautiful!! i love it!! 😀

  4. eddietwohawks
    June 1, 2012

    Any man would be most pleased to know he was
    honored as you have your father with this poem.

  5. Daydreamertoo
    May 24, 2012

    A lovely tribute to your father.

  6. Rosemary Monteith
    May 23, 2012

    Beautiful tribute, I love.

  7. Sue Dreamwalker
    May 23, 2012

    A beautiful tribute of memories.. You may not swim in the ocean But you will always swim in the sea of Time… Wonderful Eclipse.. Thank you for dropping by and leaving me your lovely comment also.. Love the New look too.. 🙂 and appologies I havent had chance much to get around to visit as often.. Love to you my friend ~Sue

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