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  • rhymetime
    started a topic I Drempt

    I Drempt

    I drempt.
    ​​​​​Not a euphemism.
    Not a metaphor.
    I drempt.

    It seemed that
    every moment of sleep
    was invaded.

    I awoke, I reslept.
    I drempt
    as if turning the page
    to the next chapter.

    I was not afraid.
    I was confused.
    I will sleep again,
    seeking understanding
    Last edited by rhymetime; 01-18-2017, 05:23 PM.

  • amenOra
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    very true, resounding ending.

    thanksya.

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  • malkova
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    happy to join your community, thank you guys for useful information!
    192.168.1.1

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  • rhymetime
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    Thank you. As a dreamer of terror historically, I find these new deams refreshing, like a beautiful poem.

  • rhymetime
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    Thank you. I am most familiar with night terrors, but the dreams of late are a pleasure to dream more of

  • rhymetime
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    Thank you. I too am old. This serial dreaming is a new phenomenon for me. I must say I rather enjoy it even though I don't always understand the story.

  • LovesDaisies
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    I do this often, your poem is intriguing.

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  • Tony Grannell
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    Hello rhymetime, Succinct, unique and wonderful. Not afraid to sleep, to dream. To fearlessly encounter such states is to understand the waking hours, as in the subconsciousness of reality. Insightfully excellent. Very well done indeed. Regards, Tony

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  • RhymeLovingWriter
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    Lovely. And sweet dreams!

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  • The second
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    I came I read, I finally understand not understanding. You wrote a poem of my very nocturnal life. When I do sleep. I am old but still can learn, Thank You! Touching a nerve

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  • rhymetime
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    I Like "a" as well. I shall change it
    Thank you

  • grant hayes
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    I would use 'a', but I don't think that 'an' is incorrect. It's a bit like qualifying the word 'historical': one can say 'a historical epic' or 'an historical epic'. I think it's open to choice.

  • rhymetime
    commented on 's reply
    Allow me to ask a question
    V1L2 "an" or "a"?

  • rhymetime
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    Thank you sir

  • grant hayes
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    'seeking understanding' - just right
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