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Lee Mack

Rookie - 545 Points (Shelbyville Kentucky)

Dreamed Dreams Hurry Back xx xxx xx Improvisation 08 30 2013


Original 08 30 2013
Improvisation 08 30 2013





Dreamed Dreams Would You Hurry Back:


Dreamed dreams that would hurry off
With truth and grace left to take place
Where do you go when awakened to find
Dreams gone and left behind images
Vanishing into emptiness in each morning?
Will metaphors ever gather to re-represent
Or stay illusive? Come soon she said
And she appeared in gowns in windows
Closed minded - the golden rim circling
The reach out into darkness erasing
The meaning left of dreams
The softness of acceptance of light
Points to infinity wrapped imagination
She penetrated the surface of chamber
Waters propelled toward the open mouth
Of envy - bones of her Fins collapsed
To her hips - she took in the shower of
Ether and firmament with the winds
With the feathers of her wings
She fell back into human upper limbs and
Baptismal waters making spiral galaxies
Painted to surround the center framing
The opening where my heart breathes in
The ventilate from streets of magic-
Minstrels - never were these in their right
To humor and free things - to lay down
With confidence in place of morning
Do dreamed dreams lose memory? The
Same as dreamed to resurrect as ideas...


Lee Mack copyright 2009. ISBN # 0615318347. No permission granted.

Submitted: Friday, August 30, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 31, 2014

Topic(s): Dream


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The whole is real and larger than the grace of humor. Trust it.

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