A Requiem for a Dream

A Requiem for a Dream

A Poem by W.R. Singleton

An Acrostic Experiment

A silent scream

Remember me in your dreams
Evanescent recital of words
Questioning our existence
Until we find recourse
In beautiful tranquility
Essence of validity
Meandering a response

Floating on a current
Of pure thought
Resounding silent soliloquy

A requiem inside

Decipher its meaning
Remember its substance
Edify the ignorance
Among the lost and wayward
Muse of forgotten dreams

© 2009 W.R. Singleton

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I like this piece, there's something about it that just makes it sing. Very nice work, keep writing! You've got talent.


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Added on February 11, 2009


W.R. Singleton
W.R. Singleton

Lubbock, TX

Walker R. Singleton is a non-entity with non-all-encompassing imaginings about the world around us. Therefore, he is deluded and irrelevant, hardly worth the fleeting thought that passes through my mi.. more..