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Daydreaming In The Night

Daydreaming In The Night

Daydreaming in the night
The sun is shining….
Not a cloud in the sky
Endless meadows…
With an array of sweet smelling flowers
And u sitting under a tree…
Reading a book perhaps.
It’s night fall.
And the moon is skating across
This body of water….
In front of me.
Not one grain of sand around ….
A hint of sea breeze…
Causes me to inhale.
As it tickles my nose.
Causing me to exhale.
Caught in 2 different worlds at this very moment
Enjoying u to the fullest rapture.
The sun is shining brighter than ever
Clouds imprinting the bluest sky….
That feeling of a refreshing
Deep breath
Is carrying me throughout the night.
And then a kiss!
There’s that sea breeze again…
Maybe because that’s where it happened.
A brisk chill of the night brings me to reality…
I think the earth is standing still at this very moment!
But this is more than a dream.
As I open my eyes…
Those lips r really touching mine.
Soft as a leaf falling from a tree
Swaying back and forth
Until it barely touches this body of water…
In front of me
Floating ….
Just like me!

© 2011 Craig Watson


About Mr. Watson

I'm a person who believes in Happiness & Love... I feel that it empowers us to unimaginable heights... Not just the aspect of Romance... But a Love for Life... Beauty & the Unknown! However, As Positive as I try to be... the struggles of Life are relevant in my world... Perfection doesn't exist and Wise Choices haven't always been made! I try to describe those things in full detail... Bringing u visual imagery through my Poetry ! I Love Feedback... GOOD... or BAD.

45 responses »

  1. Really enjoy this piece. I can close my eyes and see it the vision being portrayed. Keep up the good work.

  2. Very nice — I was really seeing this as I read it. Loved the way you used “u” and “2” — I know that might sound strange but it really made me take notice. 😉

  3. I enjoy the images; I encourage you to not use “r” for “are” and “u” for “you” – for me it interrupted the flow of the poem.

  4. This was wonderful, love the part where it wasn’t just a dream. 🙂

  5. it must be cool to be able to daydream like that,

    enjoyed your word flow and your poetry is very shiny and sunny.


  6. hmmm this reads so sweet…as if reality is so good it feels like a dream lucky!!!
    Happy gooseberry day!!

  7. In my mind’s eye, I could envision the body of water in front of you as being the one you are dreaming of. This is so lovely. Thank you!

  8. Wonderful piece here. I like the freedom you gave your muse to roam and enable you paint magic with words. Outstanding!

    These lines are priceless: ‘And the moon is skating across/ This body of water…’

    Have a fruitful week ahead.


  9. Ahhh Mr. Watson I see you are a poet as well! I like your work!

  10. Lovely little vignette.

  11. Lovely dreamy poem 🙂

  12. How beautiful, serene and dreamy. Wonderful place to be.. 🙂

  13. it has a delightful flow to it, whimsical almost!

  14. You write with such passion and vigour.
    I hope to aspire to your rank one day.

    Thank you for sharing
    The PostMan

  15. Prince Martinez


  16. You’ve done a superb job with this piece! Your creative style is very unique and your sense of imagination is immeasurable…

  17. Lovely Mr.Watson.. as usual.. wonderful piece of write

  18. How time stands still in love:) – wonderful!

  19. Really enjoyed reading this, it was sweetly romantic and I could actually feel the sea breeze on my face and taste the salt on my tongue. Very well done. Be blessed!

  20. Splendid daydream..!
    Great imagery..I could imagine the waves and the breeze..
    happy rally!


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