In my dreams, I always see you smiling,
Your bright eyes twinkling like a million stars.
In my dreams, there is no sense to crying,
Your gentle touch has healed the painful scars.

We stroll alone together, hand in hand,
As if we cross the cosmos with our steps.
The suns and moons like tiny grains of sand,
Soon disappear along with all regrets.

In my dreams, you sing, and we start dancing,
The galaxies adorn my wispy dress.
In my dreams, we joke and can’t stop laughing,
Such joy and peace no words can e’er express.

In all my dreams, we never are apart;
Beyond all time, you’ll always have my heart.


Connie Phillips is a former English teacher and editor living in Massachusetts.


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12 Responses

  1. Joe Tessitore

    This is very beautiful Connie.
    Thank you so much for sharing it with us.

  2. connie phillips

    Thank you all very, very much for your lovely comments. I deeply appreciate it!


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