I open my eyes
To find around me a field abloom.
Stretching so far, they touch the skies.
Daffodils, roses, posies and plumes
All greeting me with a sunlit smile.
Asking me to stay a while.
Gentle petals brush my skin.
And their welcoming scent,
Makes me warm within.
They fill me up with all I’d spent,
Drained by tears, anger and dissent.
All the clouds have been cleared
Bright blue skies
Chase away all that I feared
Now, my flower is ready to bloom
No more is it haunted by gloom.
A bubbly and babbling
Whispers to me
"It’s all alright."
Slowly lulling me back to sleep
Reminding me again
Never to weep.