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Dreams of Oblivion

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Dreams of Oblivion

•*• Dreams of Oblivion •*•

I lay back and think
Drifting off – I sink
Dreams of oblivion unfold
Of true loves destiny told

You came to me with a reason
Despite the woes of loves treason
Knowing it was more than fate
Heaven sent my true mate

Infinitely, I’ve waited so long
To posses a connection so strong
I miss you more than much
I miss your tender touch

Your love reaches deep into my soul
Filling a void and making me whole
From atop a mountain I would scream and shout
My love for you – I cannot live without

Time has come…. No more delay
Take my hand…. Let me guide the way
Forevermore as we both grow old
Knowing you’ll be the last I’ll hold

My love for you goes beyond measure
For you are my life’s truest treasure
May dreams of love and life grow
Inscribed in a novel for all to show

© Tim Hoffman
® Poetry and quotes from my Heart
All Rights Reserved

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017

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