I dreamt a dream, upon this day,
My eyes so full, with joy and rain,
I wished away, the rush outside,
I sort to be, in fields this May.
I closed my eyes, this dream to come,
I felt outside, my hands now warm,
I walked in front, my eyes still shut,
I felt the light, its heat still burns.
I lift my lid, my eyes now shines,
My feet now set, on leaves of brown,
A hint of gold, this place so raw,
The air so fresh, the birds sing on,
I look around, with joy inside.
I walk in two, to rush unwise,
No fear of lost, for Grace will find,
My laughter is heard, within these woods.
I see the light, through these trees,
The sun to set, it’s beauty unsaid,
For nature is wild, its beauty surrounds,
I hasten my pace, for time now fades.
The closer I get, the further it sinks,
The light now weak, its rays gone bleak,
A noise is heard, when winds blows on,
My dreams now fades, my wish fulfilled.
I stop and stand, my view compress,
I know I must, a task to rush,
I savor the view, it’s memory now stilled,
I bow my head, my eyes slide close.
A thrust I felt, when now I rise,
My dreams is flown, my world now bricks,
The air is damp, this city so full,
I linger in thought, in the woods I sort.
By Julius Fa