Reverie

Reverie

As we grow we also record our memories

playing

characters

in the yards and parks, while yearning for treasuries

riding

bicycles

uphill and downhill for paper deliveries

racing

against

the tides of ill fortune to gain new energies

working

over

a model to make sure it needs no remedies

gamesmanship

impedes

the conscious mind and offers documentaries

sleeping

dreaming

of wonderlands and having nightmare vagaries

jumping

onto

the bedroom floor to see what is there, treasuries

grandparents

dying

brings tears to the eyes, a sign of inner grief

laughing

along

with mom and dad, playacting an awkward motif

talking

about

adventures on vacation to have fun, belief

pushing

parents

to go somewhere fun, grabbing hold for your relief

sharing

candy

with your friends, some are looking in wild disbelief

guiding

friendly

kids to do your bidding, trying to be a chief

building

racetracks

in the dirt, under a tree, using roots with mischief

humming

running

around the park to be seen, looking like a thief

using

daddy’s

tools to become like him, the legs begin flowing

enchantment

overcomes

the mind as you playact with wicked oats sowing

movies

encourage

the imagination to begin seeing, growing

artwork

allows

the mind to begin seeing art as outgoing

castles

painted

on signs lead the subconscious to see an opening

daydreams

open

new horizons like wonderlands exploding

schooling

opens

the mind, if allowed by children to their knowing

parents

passing

away suddenly bring grief to surface, moaning

relief

becomes

the point in living, to find reasons for daylight

solitude

avoiding

people to have peace of mind, to gain an insight

losing

children

has a bad grief that always kills the appetite

anger

prevents

the mind from finding a path to a good highlight

hateful

ambition

causes crime to skyrocket, it hates the spotlight

loving

caring

for family and friends is warm, when you have a plight

opening

horizons

to teach children is like putting them in the light

creating

passion

in young people teaches them to like the spotlight.

(c) November 14, 2018 by PBM

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