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A Poem- Peace Within A Dream

Updated on May 29, 2013

Can You Find A Place Where There Is Silence and Peace?

Escape from A Reality to Find Peace within a Dream

There is no panic-no reason to hide

Lost in a dream
Finally at peace
Tomorrow is of no importance
When I am sound asleep

There is no panic
No reason to hide
This is an illusion
A place where I can say who, what, when, or why

The world is not frantic
I can breathe with such ease
Life can sometimes seem more like a nightmare
My peace is within my dreams

I love to escape to this other place
And live within my head
This is the place I find myself
And can see what is up ahead

Wake up in the morning
The mornings come too soon
I wish I woke up differently
With a little more breathing room

Remind myself not to panic Remind myself it’s okay
Tell myself to focus
and I will survive the world today

Wipe the sleep from my eyes
Try to focus on the light
I am calm within my soul
For my dreams comfort me through the night



I Remind Myself Not to Panic

Have you ever felt like you have lost control of everything that surrounds you? All of a sudden, you are in a panic, you can not breathe, focus or function.Everyday feels like it is caving in on you and you have no clue as to what you should do to just cope and get through it. How do I know these type of feelings? I know them because I have felt them. Many times I have felt overwhelmed by the world and needed to disappear to re-enter whole again.

I always felt like I was one more life circumstance away from a complete and total melt down. I never had one, but at times it felt like I was holding onto sanity and reality by a shoe string. I still fight with these feelings from time to time, and have taken medication to calm my nerves. I always find myself reminding myself; it is okay- you have been here before and you are okay, this will pass, these feelings will pass.

I learned how to escape by sleeping, but had to make sure that I knew I needed to get back up in the morning, so I would not sleep away my life. Since I know I can not self medicate, I know that I need to use what I can to regain and keep my focus on my life. This is in-part why I write. I find my peace and my focus within the collection of words I use to produce poetry and articles which reflect me as a person. Most, the world will never read the majority of my collection, but a select few of my reflections have managed to make it onto Hub Pages and are now apart of the World Wide Web of information.

Panic disorders and social disorders are a real disease. If you are suffering now, find your peace and look into seaking help to get you refocused on what your life can offer to the world. Do not hide behind closed doors, and do not sleep away life. The world wants you around to discover who you are and what you can offer to others.

This poem is a poem about escape and the release of self doubt to end constant daily panic. It is okay to fall apart from time to time, it is okay to need to escape, it is even okay to panic, as long as you have a plan to regain control and help cure yourself of what it is you are fearing. I hope you enjoyed reading and thank you for stopping by and visiting one of my Hubs.


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    • H.C Porter profile imageAUTHOR

      Holly 

      3 years ago from Lone Star State

      Harishprasad, Thank you for your comment, I am happy that you enjoyed the read and I really appreciate the share.

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      Harish Mamgain 

      3 years ago from New Delhi , India

      Holly, wonderful poem you coined for us to relish is really a fantastic read. Dreams are a great source of peace ! You are right, writing reflects the real self in us. Great to learn that you love writing and through writing love this life- a real life, in all it's vibrations; ups and downs. Great poetry ! Voted up and shared.

    • H.C Porter profile imageAUTHOR

      Holly 

      6 years ago from Lone Star State

      KDuBarry03- I am glad that you enjoyed the poem, and I can relate to where you have been- it is not a fun place to live, but it can get better, and that is what I hope for you, that things within you get better. thanks for reading and for commenting!

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      KDuBarry03 

      6 years ago

      Dreams may be peaceful if you sleep calmly. For the past few years, I have been living with anxiety and I'm recovering greatly from depression. For me, to step out of those two things, realize the dreams keep you calm and make them a reality :) That is what the poem spoke to me. Great job!

    • H.C Porter profile imageAUTHOR

      Holly 

      7 years ago from Lone Star State

      ahorseback- i think that anxiety attacks as well as depression are only understood by the ones that experience it. Others may be compassionate for the condition, but actually knowing the paralyzing feelings is another story. I am glad that you liked the poem, and thanks for sharing within your comment :)

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      ahorseback 

      7 years ago

      H.C. Wow , I am this poem, I too have lived a long time with anxiety and depression. Although finally its mostly under control now. Panic attacks and anxiety even before I knew what they were! Never be afraid to find your peace no matter what its doing or how guilty you feel about taking time for YOU! ....when you need it! :-}

    • H.C Porter profile imageAUTHOR

      Holly 

      7 years ago from Lone Star State

      Paradise7- I bet that is why I am always wiggling my toes or moving my legs... it is a calming thing... Thanks Paradise7 for reading and for commenting...you gave me an inside look into my behavior :)

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      Paradise7 

      7 years ago from Upstate New York

      Oddly enough, physical activity can release panic. I think that's why people who are tense jiggle their feet, or constantly move their hands, or pace. A really good fix for non-specific anxiety is...DANCING! It works if you can find a place and time to do it.

    • H.C Porter profile imageAUTHOR

      Holly 

      7 years ago from Lone Star State

      TheWhisper

      Thank you, and I would love to read some of your articles. Thank you for suggesting them- I will make it a point to stop by throughout the day today...

    • H.C Porter profile imageAUTHOR

      Holly 

      7 years ago from Lone Star State

      A.A. Zavala- thank you for reading and for your comment. The most horrible thing about Panic/Anxiety/Social disorders is that most people do not understand, and worse off- they do not care to. The lack of understanding in itself, causes much more intense reactions than if we knew that others cared enough to try and give an ounce of empathy.

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      TheWhisper 

      7 years ago from Macomb,MI

      Only through slumber can the mind fully awaken. Your poem was beautiful and captured the true essence and importance of dream. Please read some of my articles when you can. Keep Writing. :)

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      Augustine A Zavala 

      7 years ago from Texas

      Do what you need to maintain your sanity. These disorders are disruptive, but I'm glad you can still keep in touch through your hubs.

    • H.C Porter profile imageAUTHOR

      Holly 

      7 years ago from Lone Star State

      mtsi1098- thanks for being the first to comment on this hub... I haven't been publishing as often and it is bothersome to me... but I am glad when I do people are still willing to read it :)

      I saw that sunset while leaving the office a month or so ago... it was beautiful... the pic was taken from my phone, I am surprised it came out so well :)

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      mtsi1098 

      7 years ago

      I love the first picture and wish I saw this colorful event but it is ok to drop the guard now and then to escape for mental charging...we all need to do this...thanks - bill

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