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Updated on July 10, 2017

Echoes of silence as I drift in and out of this reality

Folding time over and under slipping further away

I wonder what is in store for this times entertainment flow

Will I be a hero, a saint or just another character I made up

The cold air comforts me like a blanket with no intentions of letting go

Status comfortable now lets begin the show into this creative universe

Further from my realms of the normal I expand into an unconscious state

Only here I can be everything I could never be in a world of normalcy

I can fly into the Heavens, fall through infinity, break the rules of gravity

I can pick a new world, create an endless and timeless environment

No restrictions. No limitations. Do and create who and where I would like to be

After moments of dark black, I can enter this world of anythings possible

I can hear a voice off in the distance trying to call out to me

I incorporate this into my world of make believe and continue the journey

Deeper and deeper I slip past the illusions of my own terrain

Inception like description, nothing is what it seems

Holding on to the last moments, as time seems to rapidly move on

Suddenly an alarming sound echoing through my world of endless possibilities

Startling me and confusing just what is real and what is a dream

Collectively gathering my thoughts and trying to make sense of it all

Quickly looking around as my reality greets me like a warm stranger

I want to go back, back to where I could do and be whoever I wanted

Back to the world where no rules apply


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    • Fullerman5000 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ryan Fuller 

      15 months ago from Louisiana, USA

      I will have to check that out Finn. Yeah there have been a few dreams where I would love to fall back asleep and try to pick up where I left off. I am glad you enjoyed this one. Thank you for the comment.

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      Finn Liam Cooper 

      15 months ago from Los Angeles

      wow...a great sort of summary of the dream world and that place where you are a bit confused upon waking.

      it is funny how that works and how someone else's words seem very familiar to our own experiences. You did that well.

      i am very frustrated upon waking sometimes and seeing that dream world slip away.

      If you are into classic literature, Milton has a sonnet: Methought I saw my late espoused Saint....which talks about that. Keep in mind, Milton was blind.

    • Fullerman5000 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ryan Fuller 

      15 months ago from Louisiana, USA

      I am glad you were able to enjoy this poem as you did Tamara. Always good to see you friend.

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      Tamara Moore 

      15 months ago

      This is enchanting and wondrous! I know a well-written, descriptive poem when I can actually feel my senses wake up, and imagine, without effort, that I am right there, living the poem, as I am able to do so with this one.


    • Fullerman5000 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ryan Fuller 

      15 months ago from Louisiana, USA

      Thank you Larry, for the comment and for liking my poem.

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      Larry Rankin 

      15 months ago from Oklahoma

      A strange and fantastical ride.

    • Fullerman5000 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ryan Fuller 

      15 months ago from Louisiana, USA

      Thank you Clive. Thanks for the supporting words

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      Clive Williams 

      15 months ago from Jamaica

      imaginative indeed, keep it up.

    • Fullerman5000 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ryan Fuller 

      15 months ago from Louisiana, USA

      Thank you Flourish. I do have some good dreams

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      15 months ago from USA

      This is quite an adventure, Ryan.

    • Fullerman5000 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ryan Fuller 

      15 months ago from Louisiana, USA

      That's how I always feel when I have to wake up from an awesome dream. I am glad you enjoyed John, thanks for stopping by.

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      John Hansen 

      15 months ago from Queensland Australia

      A wonderful poetic tale of living in our fantasies, Fullerman. You took me on a magical journey, and it is a pity it had to end. Good job.


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