The slumber had started
But I was unaware-
It was my birthday
Though I thought it too soon.
I was told to invite who I pleased
But I forgot
Only a few were expected to show
And why, again?
I put my dog in my purse
To keep her from the cold
And traveled to my destination.
I arrived on time
But all alone.
I sat in a booth
I opened my purse to pay
And there lie my dog
I realized I was never alone
And never would be-
Before I awoke
13 thoughts on “An Odd Dream”
so good <3
Oh how creative! In dreams, the impossible is made possible. Such a lovely poem!
hey there…saw you liked my latest.
im in az as well…read some of your stuff and i dig em =)
my very best is the very first one on page.
Beautiful, a bit sad, a bit hopeful. Thanks for checking out my blog, which gave me a chance to drop by yours and read your poetry. I have never been very good at it, I just love to read others. I see we’re both in AZ. Cool!
that is a really great poem and thanks for dropping by my blog! I shall be following for your poems :-))
I love your style! Keep it up. Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking my post on book censorship! Happy writing.
Hi! I am fascinated by dreams, including yours. I had never paid much attention to mine. Just wrote them off as pizza dreams or something. Then a few years ago, I had a dream–or more likely a night vision–that seemed to come straight from God. The “message” was written by hand and lit up in tiny white lights, like the marque on a theater. I had never experienced a dream like this one. I started listening to a Christian dream interpreter, John Paul Jackson (streamsministries.com), who pointed out a scripture that I was unaware of. It’s Job 33: 14-16 and goes something like this: “God speaks to us in dreams and seals our instructions.” Of course, there are many categories of dreams and not all of them are spiritual. I’m not a dream interpreter, but sometimes we can interpret our own dreams. For example, do you actually have a dog, or does the dog simply represent a companion? I found your dream sad but comforting in knowing that you would always have the dog with you. Hmmm. Maybe in dream language, the dog represents loyalty–as in a loyal friend.
Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking my post, “Love After Love.”
Hum, very interesting. Was this an actual dream you had Tamara? Your just so talented. I could never write down on paper what you seem to be able to accomplish with your writings. Good job
AREN’T DREAMS ALL ODD? IT’S YOUR BRAIN LIVING IN ANOTHER REALITY WHILE YOU’RE SLEEPING. THAT’S REALLY ODD!! LOL! 8D
Very nice, dreams are exciting keep up the good work and thank you for stopping by
I’m a CA to AZ replant as well! I’m so glad you stopped by my blog today:) I too enjoy creating things–crafting, upcycling, beading, composting…um, I don’t know if that one counts… ha!
Sounds like a good dream and I am sure it has given you much food for thought.