Lover's Words
2 December, 1998
author: Rebecca Ditch-Hammack (aka Dreamer)


Two worlds collided, though so far apart
There was not reason
Just two lonely hearts
It hadn't been expected
Touched by the music found in each others soul
They danced

A man of words fell in love with a poets dreams
Again with out reason
There had been no schemes
Just two hurt alone people
In an illusional world cared, cried, and learned
Together they loved

Talking for hours their world of dreams grew
There still was no reason
But together felt true
Nothing else mattered
Foolish lovers hearts caught in the whirlwinds
But reality it was not

Bridging the distance they dreamed it away
There now seemed reason
Together they'd stay
Forever seemed forever
But reality knocked hard on their door
It had to be opened

Both knew there were others to consider in this
This was the one reason
It could never truly exist
But oh, how much was lost
To have what was most real.. her husband, his wife
And the worlds collide

Dreams shattered before them hard and fast
A reason now experienced
The real truth at last
But how to go on
Belonging to others this had become far to real
So one last time they danced

Both felt the tears of lost words and heart
With truest reason
Their worlds fell apart
The friendship lost
He in his world, she in hers they move on
Sometimes they remember

She sometimes dreams of him, and him of her
Realities reason
Hard lessons learned
Memories remain
Sometimes in dreams their hearts still reach out and touch
And safe together they dance
.....Forever their hearts dance

------- Author's Notes -------

Some friendships last and some don't... some just can't. Doesn't mean we don't truly care


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