Dreamland, a poem written by Jack Wolfe Frost at Spillwords.com



written by: Jack Wolfe Frost



Drowning in dreamland dry riverbed of wails,
Twisted blue waters in the desert of sad tales,
Vortex of blue raindrops drench me with parched air,
Soaked skin in a desert of sand-dunes so rare,
Softness of granite caresses my blue skin,
In silky red rainbows of razor sharp tin,
Dreamland yet naught of reality so rare,
Takes me to places I have not a care.

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