(What I dear to dream)

While the virtual world is giving me a great view of big buildings and the sky touching towers of the west,
I so often dream of the dusty and rusty courtyard of my birthplace.


While the virtual world is portraying me the beauty of love and luxury life of the west,
I so often dream dancing on the hometown grassland with a highland lass.

While the virtual world is entertaining my eyes with the wonders of the west,
I so often dream of wandering in the wilderness of windy and snowy heavenly homeland.


While the virtual world from south to north and from east to the west seems to suits my interest,
I so often dream of the duty I was born to handle and bound to be at my best.

By Sonsnow

16 thoughts on “(What I dear to dream)

  1. This piece is pure poetry Sonam. I have never been separated from the home that I love, I’m certain not in the same manner you are, but your words capture the totality of the experience of being kept from your homeland to which you still feel connected, while feeling the pull of somewhere else.

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  2. You are really really really good in bringing reality to your poem!
    Every single poem of yours talks about what’s real and not what is not! And that’s what I loved about your blog!
    So different! In a good way of course!

    You have an amazing blog!

    Regards
    Aathmana ❤️
    Read. Love. Live.

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