Dreams in the Dark

Written by: Russell Sivey

I wonder why I should embark When there are dreams in the dark Dreams of every piece and flavor Drops of sugar, a gift, a favor Wildest eyes I see out Shouldn’t disguise what it’s about It’s not with sleeping or believing But rather with all this seeing Into the night you see beyond I must fight with truth and sound Ideas manufactured in your sleep Are products of the night you should keep They are tied to our past Not knowing its length or its last I produce a wild feeling inside Dreams bring interest opening wide
Russell Sivey Entrant into Poet Destroyer A's "a poem that has never been entered in any contest" contest 2/24/2013