In The Land Of Dreams

A bridle-path in the tangled mallee,
With blossoms unnamed and unknown bespread,
And two who ride through its leafy alley,
But never the sound of a horse's tread.

by Mary Hannay Foott Click to read full poem

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While for one brief moment of best requital, The parted have met, in the Land of Dreams.
Ephemeral! Thanks for sharing!
Nicely done. I enjoyed your poem immensely. Congratulations! .
" The parted have met, in the Land of Dreams" A beautiful ending. Nice poem. Kingsley Egbukole
Her sad recital! ! ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
Wonderful, imaginative poem...abounding with magical words and imagery!
A very touching verse! I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Yes, the language suggests a land of dreams. Some of the diction is not commonplace: mallee, apace, mallard.. I`m not sure if the parted here means the dead, but it could be. I admire the rhyme that goes I,2, I,2 and so on with this pattern.
'And memory closes her recital, Fate's cold eyes there are kindly gleams' Fascinating and insightful piece.
Where all the parted have met... in the land of dreams. Ah what a lovely poem.