This week Tina D. shares with us a poem of redemption:
Dreams of Redemption
I rubbed my eyes to get a better look-
in place of dreams.
Shrouded in pearly mist,
she sank into the pool of pink ether-
that betrayed Sun’s secret.
I stepped up for a closer look-
She lifted her veil…
to get a closer look at me!
Our gazes met.
We shared secrets of
violet, green and gold.
We studied one another,
delving beyond skin, scanning souls.
turned leaves over,
drew a contrasting hue
to the tremendous, increasing blue-
clouds moved in and cleared confusion.
heralding a message for only me:
“I alone know your anguish.”
I rubbed my eyes to get a better look,
he was near…
My long lost friend.
Gazing into that familiar soul,
under a smiling sun,
My dreams don’t need to come,
they are here.