In this new collection by poet Sean L. Brereton, every poem seeks to be a testament to finding the right medium to share the most intimate thoughts and dreams. Each poem celebrates the fact that every living creature deserves to be loved and to understand that God's love shines brightly for them. The Voice of a Young Mind, Brereton's second collection of poetry, explores topics ranging from the angst of young love to living in the loving embrace of God's love. Intended not only for poetry connoisseurs but for everyone, these verses capture the crazy, emotional ups and downs of everyday life and seek to dig deeper and uplift the name of God. I want to fall asleep looking into your eyes, and wake up in your dreams.
You can fall
by looking into my eyes, and wake up as my queen.
Sometimes, most times, I fiend-
(Just one look in her eyes and I'm a silhouetted ghost on the horizon of a Neptune sunrise. A miner's gold, I'm not sold, I am bought, but. I lost my train of thought
I can't even remember what I was saying.) -but these are my thoughts, rambling as usual.
Perfection is what I'll try to do, and protection when the skies aren't blue.
I want to call you beautiful
everyday, in case you think that mirrors lie to you.