Is There Something Behind It?

by Yrem Crish   Sep 9, 2012


I was sailing in the
midst of the sea
surrounded by the
clear blue sky
that gloom in my eyes.

The melancholic rhythm
stringed my soul into agony
while I've taste my tears savory.

I was sailing
but nowhere to go,
concurred to the wind
slowly drift ahead...

Hoping to find-
peace to grip.

-

Suddenly,
a skiff-
was made its way...

We flew
up to the sky,
beyond the clouds,
and beautiful sunlight.

As I look above,
rain drops slowly
towards my face ,
washed away my tears
and lighten my fears.

-

Time to go back
to the ocean floor,
to touch the sea
and sail the journey

I've ever known...

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This piece was derived from my dream...
Written:
September 9, 2012

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  • 10 years ago

    by Yakori bint Muhammed

    This piece exudes so much tranquility. I love how you incorporated nature into your emotions. Dreams can be achieved with determination and resilience that is surrounded by relentless faith. No matter how much obstacles one encounters in life. Hoping that someday you'll realise your dream, is the spirit needed to keep one moving. An inspirational poem, written beautifully to capture ones mind. Very engaging. I enjoyed reading this, Kudos!!! :-) ..

    • 10 years ago

      by Yrem Crish

      Thanks:))
      I really appreciate it!

  • 10 years ago

    by Amreen

    Your dream is very nice.. When you see oceans and seas in your dream, it indicates a lot of wealth coming your way and a knock of good news... If you saw that rain has washed your tears, it indicates your bad times are to go away soon wish u good luck and nice dream:)

  • 10 years ago

    by Areeba

    Left me stunned *_*

  • 10 years ago

    by LittleMermaid

    Beautifully described Mery..its a long one but it attracted n created enthusiasm to me about 'what's next?'
    *_*

  • 10 years ago

    by Yrem Crish

    This is a dream..and I know that there's a meaning behind it...i don't know what means about the ocean or the sea...the sky..the rain...and the boat...