The Edge Of My Dreams

Posted: January 24, 2012 in Uncategorized
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Disjointed scenarios

Crashing  waves

Falling asunder

Until wakefulness saves

********

Eyes barely open

My brain still afar

Trying to capture

While the dream is ajar

*****

Surrounded by people

Some whom I know

Some who have passed

A long time ago

********

At times reoccurring

Places I’ve been

A maze of rooms

I”m afraid to go in

*********

Scattered old lovers

Rekindling vows

Always beholden

To what life disallows

******

At that delicate moment

Of the night’s escapade

My eyes start to open

Adventures then fade

********

Leaving me in wonder

And the utmost suspense

I try to hang on to

What is now all past tense

*********

So there I lie

A vague memory

On the edge of my dreams

On the edge of me

January 24, 2012

Coventry CT

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  1. […] “The Edge Of  My Dreams”    by   Joanne Marie Firth […]

  2. dani says:

    LOVE this and the last verse is ABSOLUTELY STUNNING!
    LOVE you, bunny! *Giant Glittery Super Squishy Hugs* ♥

  3. Thanks sis. I woke up the other day and sat and tried to piece a dream together. Mom was in it and Uncle Nick too. All I could remember was going to pick up a glass and throwing into the china cabinet. Weird. Most of my dreams lately have family members in them, but I can’t remember anything. Love you sis.

  4. Linda says:

    I have dreams like that that are recurring – I haven’t had one in a long while but lately I will have the same dream over and over on the same night and when I wake up I try and remember all the details but they escape me except for small parts of the dream. On those nights I don’t feel like I spept at all when I wake up in the morning. Beautifully said as always sis! love you! ❤

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