ivor or ivor.e hogg

(7/4/1934 / Hebburn.Co Durham U.K)

Mind Control.


Mind control
Pantoum form


She dreamt a dream within a dream.
A lucid dream she could control
She chose the pace she chose the theme
In order to achieve her goal.

A lucid dream she could control.
Every detail was designed,
to blend together seamlessly.
Such was the power of her mind.

To blend together seamlessly.
A demonstration of her skill.
She succeeded effortlessly.
She exercised her sovereign will.

A demonstration of her skill.
Which she had earned by studying
She exercised her sovereign will
By her control of everything.

She chose the pace she chose the theme
She dreamt a dream within a dream.

Tuesday,30 November 2010
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Submitted: Thursday, December 02, 2010

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