Sunday, April 30, 2017

Where Dragon's Run

Truedessa's Collection

Transport me to the mountain
where the mythical dragons run
listen a dreamer's tale is spun
nestled in a hidden owl's nest
weary travelers seeking rest

Red Garnet, shinny orbs of light
unfurling wings in dream-time flight
soaring over high mountain ridges
seeking passage, guardian of bridges

Mystical journey, crossing dimensions
searching inner hearts, true intentions
opening gateways, dream dust swirls
discovering life in parallel worlds

Transport me to the mountain
where the mythical dragons run
on ancient land, a story has begun
breathing fire deep inside the soul
returning homeward, feeling whole

Truedessa's Collection

24 comments:

  1. I simply love any place where there are dragons... :-)

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  2. I sense you already have dragons in your soul - your poem transports us there

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  3. I love that such a place has been dreamed into being, a place of wildness and wonder and of whole.

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  4. I always love a poem about dragons. Love dragons "breathing fire inside the soul."

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  5. I love your mythical mountain and "returning homeward, feeling whole". Beautiful.

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  6. Mystical journeys and mythical dragons---sounds like a wondrous way to spend an hour or a lifetime!

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  7. This is soo wonderfully magical!!❤️❤️

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  8. Your poetry reminds me of the richness of books I read for many years, which transported me to lands of the imagination.

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  9. That sense of completeness within is sure what all look for, not sure I'd want to look in the woods though lol

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  10. 'returning homeward, feeling whole'. Who can ask for more? (except that dragons are always on my wish list)

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  11. A wonderful path you have taken us down :)
    ZQ

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  12. Luv that your tales can be told all night long
    "nestled in a hidden owl's nest"

    Thanks for dropping by my Sunday Standard today

    Much love...

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  13. Oh yes, please, can I come too? (And btw I am crazy about that owl in your pic. Have a bit of a thing for owls.)

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  14. I have hiked inside the Grand Canyon. I sense your feelings. Well done. Are there really dragons...

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  15. This is wonderful! I place it up there with some of your best work – albeit a crowed pinnacle. ‘where the mythical dragons run’ is positively lilting.

    ‘listen a dreamer's tale is spun’ – is an epically grand line. I actually found myself pausing (for several seconds when I reread the piece) – when I came to the word “listen” … imagining myself listening in the beautiful quietude just before that fantastic description unfolds.

    This is a really splendid piece of poetry. Beautiful writing!

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  16. I enjoyed your poem in its entirety. Especially the penultimate verse where the journey takes me to a parallel world; in fact it inspires my imagination to write about portals of parallel worlds guarded by ......

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  17. Hi Truedessa - transport me to the mountains where the mythical dragons run ... love those words - and at this minute I could easily do that ...

    Would love to be there in your mountains and your forests hanging low and slow across the landscape ... a delightful read - cheers Hilary

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  18. My dragon says hello to your dragons,

    Elizabeth

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  19. I want to go to the mountain too! Wonderful, magical words! Love! Big Hugs!

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  20. oh what beautiful wish to make !
    i love mountains and their peaks cover with snow ,foggy and mysterious

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  21. Thanks for dropping in at my site, & your comment was wonderful; your loyalty to my tale & the art of storytelling is sterling. Now you've got me thinking of red dragon wings, dragon riders, & an army of trolls gathering under crumbling bridges.

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    1. ha - now that is quite the image I must say

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  22. Hey True
    How be you?
    Wondrous dream
    It doth seem
    Seek thine peak
    Of which you seek
    Of the dragon's flare
    With enchanting care.

    Gary, Gary, nary contrary.....

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    1. Hi Gary Gary nary contrary
      how does your garden grow
      so nice to see you my friend
      dreaming in enchanted gardens
      portal are highly guarded...

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