The Dreamcatcher


The Dreamcatcher

I felt your pain the pressure
Your heart guiding your pen
Express, don’t feel lesser
Your words let them open
Like a key to your dresser

Your honesty now exposing
You your very true emotions
When writing, or composing
Your unrequited love, devotion
His obsessiveness, imposing

Making you feel your wrong
Has you in a vise like grip
Time to give him a swan song
Catch him out make him trip
The truth you knew all along

In case you did not know
I am the Dreamcatcher
And before I let you go
Dream, one more chapter
Find a man who’ll love you so

So I can catch your dream
Set you free to pursue love
Find a King, be his Queen
A nudge, a gentle tiny shove
Awake, not aware I’ve been

You will feel your soul refreshed
Your thoughts no longer in a mess
Your heart, no more enmeshed
Start looking for a wedding dress
All done, dawn, time for me to rest

Your beautiful sad poem inspired me
To reply in verse, with my poetry
Thanking you so much, hope you like it
As much as I did composing and writing it.
Thanks again, me the Dreamcatcher,
© Mick E Talbot 2017/66
Inspired by cseveneaj

PS I will be posting this on my blog making a pingback to this page,


17 thoughts on “The Dreamcatcher”

  1. Reblogged this on PENandPAPER and commented:

    It is just so wonderful and overwhelming that someone appreciates my writings. I am so out of words when I was notified that someone replied to my poem Journey by his own poetry..

    And I want to thank this person, Sir Mick E. Tablot. Thank you sir for your inspiring reply.. It made me want to creatr a sequel to my poem series. But I have yet to find an inspiration to it..

    Again thank you very much😊😁☺

    Liked by 1 person

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