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  57.     

Castles in The Clouds (From, Rock Star)

Sail on to castles in the clouds,
Dreams faraway into the night;
On lonesome days without the crowd,
My faith will take its flight.

What is out there,
For me to care,
What is out there, what is out there,
Around everywhere?
What is inside,
Where my heart ticks,
What is inside, what is inside,
From here to there?

I'll know you more in dreams I'll find,
When we both share thoughts along;
And leave no faith together entwined,
Of what it is we both want strong.

What is out there,
For me to care,
What is out there, what is out there,
Around everywhere?
What is inside,
Where my heart ticks,
What is inside, what is inside,
From here to there.

I'll know you more of that I'm sure,
I feel your thoughts inside my strays;
Dreams within the dreams of adjure,
Song of heart that comes and stays.
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  58.     

Catch Me if You Can

Catch me if you can,
Says the wind to the leaves;
You know who I am,
Autumn in the bereaves.

For winter comes along,
With frosty snowy river;
In a cold closeness song,
So the bare trees shiver.

Catch me if you can,
All my dreams are there;
You may understand,
When I am here and there.

But mostly I am sure,
You will look on to find;
Only what I will allure,
In what I've left behind.

Winter comes with cold,
And freshness to birth;
The world can't grow old,
If you'll find life's worth.

Understand coming tides,
And the river that's flowing;
For none from eyes hides,
That is here worth knowing.
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  59.     

Dandelions Are Falling

Dandelions are falling
On to autumn song
Destiny is calling
Of day of gone and long
Dreams that stood by
In all the days gone
When the summer sky
Was still here carrying on

Time of lost ways
Weary mornings rising
In their inter moody plays
Of nature winterizing
As their feelings go
Into oblivions fall
With days falling glow
On to the autumns’ call

Dandelions now flying
Every worth its lightness
Raindrops dreary crying
Before gloom of brightness
Dreams of winter coming
In their turning tides
Falling now blossoming
As darkness here abides
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  60.     

Dream and Dream On

Dream and dream on
While winter is here
Soon the green is gone
From under everywhere
Days are going dark
Silver threads and white
Glow in a morning spark
Days of summer light

Dream and dream glow
Days are in their night
Winter’s earthy snow
In golden glow of light
Dreams are on their high
Wings of a bluish moon
Hearts in beating tie
Night till there's noon

Dreams of feelings close
Everywhere you are
Window’s glow icy rose
Wishes on a falling star
You and I a dim dream
Love in winter's around
Reality in fantasies seem
Till again day is found
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 
 
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