Tuesday, August 18, 2009

~Moon Dreams - Marta Wiley~

Cast me to the wind
Let me dance upon a cloud
Tether me not
Nor keep me earthbound

For it is beyond the horizon
Where I most feel at home
Give me freedom to fly
Give me grant to roam

I want to leap from star to star
I want to swing on crescent moon
I want to sing sweet harmonies
Reflecting my heart’s tune

I will fall to earth as dawn breaks
Where my burdens wait for me
Let me envision my wish come true
Let me dream of what could be

Deborah Cashwell
© August 17, 2009

"If trouble ever troubles you, just dream your cares away"


icandy... said...

Very, very pretty!

Christina :)

Craig Miyamoto said...

Awrighty! Now THAT'S what I'm talking about. You have such wonderful artistry with words, Deborah.

claudie said...

I can't believe I have a beautiful poet as my BBF.
Deborah I didn't notice the date, was that pre grandchildren? I sometimes feel that way!
Loved talking to you once more.
Talk to you soon.
Riley is coming soon, so all 3 kids and 7 dogs here for the day. I'm getting off my butt and going to make pancakes.
Tonight my famous macaroni and tomato juice lol
Love You

Francie of The Scented Cottage said...

lovely Deborah..


jeanne said...

Hi Deborah, I am waiting for you. BIG smile. Love the art and the poem. It is good advice too. I am glad you are back, I have missed you.

Not much time today, company is coming. Is it you??

Love ya, Jeanne

Personalized Sketches and Sentiments said...

What a pretty piece!

...ah, how fun to be able to dance upon the clourds...and swing on crescent moon!

(wow! until I read the comments left for you, did I realize you were the poem's creator!) Really awesome! I love it even more!

(I'm finally catching up on blog reading... come and stop by... I dont think I will ever not be excited getting a comment of two :o)

Blessings & Aloha!

prof en retraite said...

What a beautiful poem, Deborah! I am glad you have decided to stick with blogging, but I understand. I seem to only post once a week or so now. Too much to do! Happy weekend...Debbie