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Sleep   Miscellaneous Poetry

Started Dec-27 by thescoobs; 306 views.
thescoobs

From: thescoobs

Dec-27

For the first time

I can sleep

with opened curtains

and loud - must be monotonous -

noise.

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KiwiDandy

From: KiwiDandy

Dec-28

For sailors sleeping could be optional,

as a lone rig reaching shores in full potential 

 KD

Sand_Grain

From: Sand_Grain

Dec-31

"My arm began moving, turning the invisible crank of Death's music box. Somewhere inside, I didn't want the melody to end."

From -- Ruta Sepetys, Salt to the Sea

laughing

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ADDLER (DitmarP)

From: ADDLER (DitmarP)

Jan-1

By this time I'd-a thought I would be sleeping,

In a pine box for all eternity

My faith keeps me alive, but still be weeping.

For the saving grace that's over me...

 Bob Dylan

GonghisKhan

From: GonghisKhan

Jan-2

Insomnia is not a nervous syndrome

It's a regular side effect by a Moonglow. ..


    Madame Butterfly
    She lulled me to sleep,
    In a town without pity
    Where the water runs deep.

by Bob Dylan:

 "TIGHT CONNECTION TO MY HEART"

relaxed

Petulance

From: Petulance

Jan-9

BOB DYLAN?  laughing

The perfect monotonous song and voice

If there were an insomniac competition

Bob Dylan and you win as the best choice.

Eliot (Elohimil)

From: Eliot (Elohimil)

Jan-11

Sleeping could be ineffective and inane

While the entire world has gone insane

     wink

Weasel (poptardo)

From: Weasel (poptardo)

Jan-12

The planet has gone dangerously risky

And it's not the weather's avengerous gritty 

GonghisKhan

From: GonghisKhan

Jan-12

Bob Dylan songs are real berceuse

In time as Lyrics become masterpieces

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