IF THINGS GO WRONG DON'T GO WITH THEM
  















If Things Go Wrong Don’t Go With Them
(A Poem Tribute to Sugarock99 on Deviantart.com)
© April 2, 2011 by Cupideros



I dreamed a dream so tangible so real,
Two water sprites on white beach sands.
I dreamed a dream so beautiful surreal,
Two blonde girls wearing tutu whites
Carrying white, pink and blue balloons.

They came from the ocean’s black center.
They erupted and rose to the surface.
They jumped rope on top clear blue waves.
They rode their white pony carousels too.
All the time singing in their passionate way:

If things go wrong, don’t go with them.
The waves are calm, the fish smiling.
Each day is like the last summer gem.
Sparkling, pouring, birthing and singing.

See through our Looking Glass
Heard the Ocean’s ancient song.
Feel a better day tomorrow.
Make it a better one today.

I thought I was dreaming dreaming,
Until I saw them standing on white sand.
For them time stood absolutely still,
Because the sun stopped in the sky.
We are two imprints of province.

We are the dreamers who dreamed the ocean.
We are the Water Sprites of all that flows.
We are the dreamers, whispers of the deep.
Whatever you do play well and grow.

If things go wrong, don’t go with them.
The waves are calm, the fish smiling.
Each day is like the last summer gem.
Sparkling, pouring, birthing and singing.

See through our Looking Glass
Heard the ocean’s ancient song.
Feel a better day tomorrow.
Make it a better one today.

I wiped my eyes, looked around.
I saw sands covered by dainty footprints
And no one else, but wind and white sands.
The ocean top curled, curled and flapped.
All was like when beaches began.

And yet a faint whisper flowed
From underneath each furled wave…
Said “Feel a better day tomorrow.
Make it a better one today.

If things go wrong, don’t go with them.
The waves are calm, the fish smiling.
Each day is like the last summer gem.
Sparkling, pouring, birthing and singing.”





Thanks for reading this poem.

--cupideros



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