#1
  
I wish I didn’t dream of you last night.
My heart cannot stand to dream another day with you.
I just want to rest my head and slip away from the light.

The days grow long and the sun rides high and bright,
crawling slowly through the sky with nothing else to do.
I wish I didn’t dream of you last night.

My eyes grow weary with age and incessant sight,
crying tears of pain under that bright sky so blue.
I just want to rest my head and slip away from the light.

I wish I could sleep soundly but I have no more fight
left in me and although I hope it is not true,
I wish I didn’t dream of you last night.

I try as hard as I can, with all my might,
but each day rises with thoughts of you anew.
I just want to rest my head and slip away from the light.

I have nothing left inside me, because this blight
gave my heart wings and beyond my dreams it flew.
I wish I didn’t dream of you last night,
I just want to rest my head and slip away from the light.
#2
Another piece hurt by its vagueness. The repeating rhymes are a good start in terms of creating a united whole, so good job there, even if the rhymes themselves are a bit simplistic. (I'm as guilty as anyone when it comes to rhyming). Again, give in more vivid detail to make the emotions owned and properly bolstered, not these wafer-like, grey butterflies floating in a fog.
I am a fake mountain.
#3
I've always wanted to write a villanelle but I never could come up with the two repeating lines that were able to tell a story on their own until I thought of these two. I'm well aware that everything is quite simplistic but it's really difficult (for me at least) to come up with a well-put-together story within such a strict structure. As you've seen, I much prefer free-verse so I can explore more freely. I'm just not used to following such a structure. Thank you for reading, not just this one, but all the others I've posted. It's greatly appreciated.