Weaving A World
11 July, 2005
author: Rebecca Ditch-Hammack (aka Dreamer)
Once woven in the billowing fabric of a dream
The castle kiss remembered
Where a princess felt loved
And a heart touched as never before
It was but a wrinkle in the fabric of time
Where the dream was shared
Star crossed lovers touch for a moment the forbidden fruit
Sweet the nectar, poison to the touch
Brought together by the frayed fabric of reality
For it was far from perfect in the truth of the world
A place of dragons and demons breathe
Where for a moment stolen, it was theirs alone
All woven tightly together in the fabric of the tapestry of life
The billowing fabric of the dream
The wrinkle of time
Frayed edges of reality
Ah yes, The fragile tapestry of life
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Charmaine (188.8.131.52) -- Monday, July 11 2005, 04:18 pm|
I'm amazed. This poem is just so fantastic and beautiful, words can't express my feelings!
|Tammy (184.108.40.206) -- Monday, July 11 2005, 08:27 pm|
This poem is so beautiful, truly a work of art, holds a beauty beyond words could ever describe!
|Britney (220.127.116.11) -- Tuesday, July 12 2005, 06:19 pm|
|John Foster (18.104.22.168) -- Sunday, July 17 2005, 08:05 pm|
Excellent read, interlaced with great word usage and metaphor.....Liked the repetitive use of 'fabric'...held the piece together....enjoyed.
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