Enchanted Dream (1)

Willow Poetry


Enchanted Dream

Carry me, My Beloved,
To the threshold of dreams
Lie me down in the meadow of rest
There, in the midst of wonder
Were ideas form

Never has there been a greater light
Shining bright there on the path
Bring me far Beloved
I may need you to carry me

My heart is open
To know the journey
My soul is yearning

My mind laments its eerie shadow
Mistaken for pitfalls
Not knowing
It is but a mere shelter

Last I dreamt
We were sitting so near
Enclosed in the cocoon of your embrace
Enchantment awakening me

With you in my heart
Nothing can divert me
Safe in your embrace

Hélène Vaillant © Poetry

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Fairy Dear

flower fairy

Fairy Dear

Fair Lady, awakening from the core of a flower dear
Lending to nature, her gentle touch and caring tear
The pond has never witnessed such a lovely Fae
In rapture of her presence, nature gently sway
Beauty to behold reflects on the pond
She is Protector
She is Guardian
She comes forth from within
Deep source of infinity

Hélène ©willowpoetry


My Shadow


My Shadow

The earth sings
Yet I cannot hear

With heavy heart
Dark clouds engulf me
Alone in the dark,
I wait
Drowning in sorrow
Self pity, abandonment,
Unexpected changes

Two cement feet
To lead me on

Clouds hang low
Closing in around me
Obscuring my view

With my shadow
Its face
Mirroring pain
With oceans of tears

Shadow sits there
Staring at me

Wanting to escape
I start crawling up
The slippery ground
Streams of tears
Gurgle in my path
Sliding and slipping
This, a formidable climb

Clouds disperse
Showing the edge
Over the top I leap

My shadow has followed me
Exhausted, I surrender

Hélène ©willowpoetry