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Lost In Dreams

Updated on November 1, 2015

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      saddlerider1 2 years ago

      I too only wish the best for your waking up with a smile. To wake up otherwise is often very sad and painful. I have both types of dreams, the ones I prefer never to come out of are those of a romantic nature. You have entered my dreams on occasion, even being so far away. We must have both been astral flying and met up in dreams. Hugs

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      Sannel 2 years ago

      Dreams can be just a reflection of your everyday life. Dreams that will continue to play in your dreams again and again every single night. Dreams of pain and more pain, making you wish not to wake up, because the waking up will be painful. I hope someday I will wake up with a smile.

      Beautifully penned my Canadian Poet,


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      saddlerider1 2 years ago

      Dreams are felt in so many different ways by us all. Some only dream in color while others only in black and white. Mine are often in b/w but very very vivid. I become part of the dream, feeling all the pain, joy, or sorrows that come with it. Sometimes I enjoy the story they weave, other times I am struggling to leave in haste. Thanks Genna for your comment, pleasant dreams to you sweet poet.

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      Genna East 2 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

      Sometimes I dream with images so vivid, they tell a that I'm not always happy to "read." I love how we can relate to your superb poem, expressed with a fellowship of the soul that is so uniquely Vincent Moore's. This is writing. :-)

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      saddlerider1 2 years ago

      Thank you Carolyn, it appears that way:-)

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      Carolyn Emerick 2 years ago

      I love this. Your dreams and fears. We have similar souls :-)

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      saddlerider1 2 years ago

      Dreams are a mystery to so many of us. I too have very captivating dreams, I've woken up in a sweat from some of them. I've felt the presence of people as well. So many are realistic and hate it when I wake up, I want to remain in many of them. Maybe your past ones are simply expressing their happiness being on the other side. I do not fear death and funny enough, sometimes I've welcomed it. Thank you Shauna for your comment and your thoughts, remember always, there is a spirit realm.

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      Shauna L Bowling 2 years ago from Central Florida

      Dreams are captivating. Sometimes scary. Lately, I don't want my dreams to end because people I cared about in the past are now gone. I find myself trying to decipher my dreams as they play out in my state of sleep. When I awaken, I feel as if I've not accomplished the purpose.

      I've always been intrigued by dreams; they're a way of sending a message. Lately, I wonder why so many people from my past who are now dead, are key players. What message are they trying to send? And why?

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      Ruby Jean Richert 2 years ago from Southern Illinois

      Dreams can be so vivid. We love the good ones but dread the ones that bring back the past of hurtful events that we fear and want to forget. I marvel at the subconscious mind. Your poetry is relatable and beautifully penned. Thank you..

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      saddlerider1 2 years ago

      I only remember what they choose to let me. Sometimes they are too horrific and I don't want a recall. However some are as REAL as if I'm living them in real time. I wonder if the dream that your continuing to have played time and time again is significant? Is it a message to you from the other side? I find them fascinating, and truly do think that I'm living in someone else's dreams at times. Thanks for the comment Audrey, nice to see you here.

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      Audrey Hunt 2 years ago from Idyllwild Ca.

      I rarely remember my dreams but i recently had one that left a strong message. I remember every detail. I comtinue to play this dteam again and again.

      Thank you for your magnificent poetry.



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