A Place Far Away

Poem By Carolyn Sears

I''m looking toward a place far, far

While the sun blaze against my

I tried to look beyond the rainbow

I thought I seen a sea of moonbeams
Bouncing off the sea''s reflection

Exquisitely blue

Blades of tall green grass floating
With the wind

I thought I seen the moon as golden
As the sun,

With rays of light casting silhouettes
Glisten like silver string

Reflecting against the river that

I thought I heard the bell toll
Softly did it ring,

And rode upon the wind

I thought I should let my spirit

Slowly entwine within the wind

I thought I heard a voice call to

“It said'

I’m sending you a ray of light

Sparkling of the sun and moon

Golden yellow for the eyes to

Stars a twinkle around your neck
For all the years I loved you so

Wrapped within a cloak of love

So gently I hold you in my heart

In this beautiful place so far, far

Way beyond the rainbow sitting
Between the sun and the

Comments about A Place Far Away

This is very richly painted, i could see this place through the eyes of your words. Its a very great piece.I love it.
Enjoyed this a lot. Love transcends everything - even absence.
Keep writing...you have good expressions....maybe you will enjoy some of mine...thank you.

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