paper dreams

daniel murtagh cropPhoto: Daniel Murtagh

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if you lie
on just the right side,
squinch your eyes
and wish, some
times the words will come to slip
between these white sheets.
 

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prompted by mag#291

 

 

 

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19 Responses to paper dreams

  1. Love this.. I feel wishes is what builds.. the dreams… and days to come.

  2. Helen Dehner says:

    To sleep, to dream, perchance to compose …. love it when that happens. Great write!!

  3. I love how you broke up “some” and “times” to force the reader to slip on down with you. Great last two lines.

  4. paper sea says:

    Oh, man. This is some clever math:
    “some (sum)
    times the words” … I love it when Z’s lessons seep into your poetry.

    Plus, methinks you’re being sensual too. 😉 Also, you’re sleeping (et cetera) on/between white sheets of paper.

    slip = s lip 😉 … You want to kiss me! Hee hee.

  5. It sure would be nice if this were true!

  6. Candy says:

    might try this tonight 😉

  7. coalblack says:

    Ah, but what if it seems brilliant in a dream, but silly in the dawn? That has happened to me! (I should add that sometimes it stays brilliant.)

  8. Bekkie says:

    Love the comparison well done!

  9. Noirfifre says:

    Showing and telling us how to fall asleep in a beautiful slumber.

  10. Tess Kincaid says:

    Beautiful!

  11. Wander says:

    I like the brevity of this piece, thank you for sharing

  12. Leovi says:

    Nice words slipping between the sheets

  13. kaykuala h says:

    sometimes the words will come to slip
    between these white sheets.

    Sometimes things don’t work the way we want them to be. That’s true De!

    Hank

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