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UKArchive ID: 36404The Dream (Ballad of a Highland Lass) by stormwolf
Originally published on April 4, 2016 in Poetry    

A golden oldie, bodice ripper in the old fashioned style.




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Lay spur against your horse’s side
    my lover and my master.
    The sands of time are running through
    the pace is ever faster.
    To lose this chance in life’s cruel game
    would be my true undoing.
    For who would cheer my empty heart
    without your ardent wooing?

    Make haste, make haste! urge on your steed
    towards that distant mountain,
    I’m waiting there, wind in my hair
    beside our secret fountain.
    Where oft we met, but better yet
    lay down, with hearts a-beating,
    to savour true our souls' delight
    as body's urgent greeting.

"I'll never fear the dark of hell
I’ll wait till death should take me
I know my lover comes to me
If sleeping…do not wake me!"


~ © Alison Stormwolf ~






© stormwolf (stormwolf on OLD UKA)
UKArchive ID: 36404
Archived comments for The Dream (Ballad of a Highland Lass)
Mikeverdi on 04-04-2016
The Dream (Ballad of a Highland Lass)
I just love that Alison, nothing else to say. 😊
Mike XxX

Author's Reply:
Thanks Mike.
I cannot remember if I recited this one in London or not.
Alison xx

expat on 04-04-2016
The Dream (Ballad of a Highland Lass)
Blimey - I don't usually stray into Ode Road but this one's a gem and deserves comments!
Top work, Alison. 🙂

Author's Reply:
Wow Ex!
Lovely to have you drop in out of your comfort zone to give me encouragment. See, you're just an old romantic at heart.!!!

Alison xx

gwirionedd on 04-04-2016
The Dream (Ballad of a Highland Lass)
I wish more women in current Western society were like you, rather than the spouters of boring self-righteous hypocritical Feminazi shit I have to deal with every time I go on Arsebook.

Whatever happened to passion, to desire?...



Author's Reply:
EXACTLY Archie!
Real women like men to be men. 😉

Alison x

pommer on 04-04-2016
The Dream (Ballad of a Highland Lass)
Just wonderful Alison,bringing back memories.Thank you for sharing.Peter xxx

Author's Reply:
So glad you liked it Peter.
We are only young once lol

Alison xxx

pdemitchell on 04-04-2016
The Dream (Ballad of a Highland Lass)
Oo-er missus. Me, I'm like an ardent owl in the rain: too wet to woo. Mitch

Author's Reply:
haha sorry about late reply Mitch.
I thought I had replied till I saw I hadn't lol

Aliosn x

sweetwater on 05-04-2016
The Dream (Ballad of a Highland Lass)
I could do with a bit of bodice ripping myself. Loved every word and every naughty idea this envoked 😉 Sue xx

Author's Reply:
Hi Sue,
So sorry I overlooked replying to this comment.Yes, bodice ripping is fun to do and fun to write about!
Alison xx