Read Poem: Dream Catcher by SWETA

Behind the curtain of rain,
I could see a boy, walking up to me
And sound of the rain was silenced
As he held me, like a destiny.

His eyes were trying to see through
I closed mine in bliss
My lips opened in awe
Were just then closed in a kiss.

I woke up in the middle of a night
I found you, staying, with my mind.
How silly it seems when I start smiling
In the dreams of you, utterly wild.

An hour before it nulled,
and rejected to breathe again
the delight that choked this heart
Turned it a bit insane.

It’s not fair to steal my time
and my dreams that has you.
It is like a pleasant robbery
that has my consent and hands too.

I go back, in the slumber again
To sink into the dreams of you
In the morn with the drowsy sun
You still hover as a midnight clue

I admit that I always lie
and hide my part of sin
that accuses me of loving you madly
and feigning the act of grin.

Over the phone, against the pillow
The night stays awake with us
Only before the sun rises,
We find the moon, fading and jealous.

Your eyes speak, like the oceanic waves
And face gleams, razzing the moon
My sleeps are bewildered and stolen
In the eternal wait of meeting you soon.

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