Sunday, February 3, 2013

Nexus



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Nexus

It was one of those odd dreams
suspended, somewhere, between fancy and fact:
loved ones, long gone – and others --
get in a car, together,
hugs and goodbyes, and they’re on their way,
a favorite song on the radio,
still playing in my head upon opening my eyes.
And when I awoke,
I found a locked door – left open all night --
giving my mind leave to wander…

PSC / 2012

A "small stone" from Jan 28, 2012.

Revisiting this older poem, as it meshes well with this week'sTuesday prompt at dVerse - Poet's Pub:  Open a New Door With Me



12 comments:

  1. "somewhere between fancy and fact" -- love this, especially.

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    1. Thanks! :) (And loved yours too!)

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  2. Oh I love this! Those spirits meandered in and communed with you. Wonderful response to the prompt. Thanks so much for posting!

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    1. Thank you! That's exactly what they did -- meandered in... and invited me to meander along. ;)

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  3. Interesting take on the prompt.

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  4. The older piece worded very well; my home is rife with energy portals, & visitors interact with us when awake, or asleep.

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    1. I love that they do -- I find it so intriguing. Thanks for reading & commenting, Glenn. :)

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  5. Strangest Door of minD..
    Hospital tAble cOld..
    no more words..
    Cold as
    ice..
    say
    goodbye..
    wake in cotton
    clouds.. fuzzy
    warm deliGht oF
    Sleeping DreAM
    aWake.. diD
    i reAlly diE..
    iS thiS reallY
    heaVen noW..
    enJoy iT while
    It lasts lesSons
    oF Hell iN Heaven's
    Hell Of Heaven aGain..
    40 days of no Sleep ..
    INsomnia
    DreAMs..
    Back a LiFe..
    ps.. True Story..
    Door to LiGht oF LiFe..:)

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    1. Thanks for sharing this Kate!

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  6. The locked door left open all night ... So contrary as what dreams can be. Loved the authenticity of this.

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    1. Thanks for reading & commenting -- glad you enjoyed it. That open door upon waking -- it felt like an extension of the dream... as if the message was still being sent. Very intriguing!

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