The Morning After

Poem By David Blake

Sitting alone by a great sea visions of an
unknown world call out to me. Children
dancing and singing in a valley of green
among the flowers lying in the shadows
of the great trees. Young and free,
unaware of the agony that their age has
not yet bore, they continue on in their
carless play. It is in their treasure of
innocence and ignorance that I know so
often adore. In a land of dreams
among the lilies pure and free, in this
vision I have found truth and love.

Comments about The Morning After

What a nice feel this has to it, I especially like the stanza It is in their treasure of innocence and ignorance..... how true it is to watch children oblivious of what life has in store.... Very touching write..... Bonnie
A pleasure to read indeed David! Thank you for sharing! ! *10*! ! Best regards Thad


Rating Card

5,0 out of 5
3 total ratings

Other poems of BLAKE

Afterglow

Answers, in the form of fire
tempered with desire,
leading me to places I
know I never should have

Crazy Light

What is it that you see, when you
look across your life through the
debris? Do you see your ideas,
memories and dreams or do you

If Only For A Night

In a sad far off lonely place I
imagine you might have sat. By
the sea or in a vast plain
surrounded by a thousand wild

Island Love

Erotic phrase so strange,
in a tongue unknown to me.
Her smile a vision of every
possibility.

So Soft A Voice

When so soft a voice, in my ear rejoices the peace
of love and time fill my soul. The breath of life so
tender and faint like a shadow in the half light,
dancing between to worlds. All is made new by the