Friday, April 26, 2013

Sleepless Night

the full moon
illuminates
the space between
my dreams

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  1. Hmmm! Natural white space! Love it!

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  2. Thanks, Donna! I hadn't thought of it this way - great insight! =)

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  3. Awesome poem Bridget! This will be my silent chant next time I can't fall asleep.

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    1. Thanks, Joe! Hopefully you won't experience sleepless nights too often - full moon or not. =)

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  4. Brilliant in its simplicity. Love it!

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    1. Thank you, Violet! I was going for simple...=)

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  5. The space between my dreams...love this little thought that says so much.

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    1. Thank you! Sometimes poems come to me in the middle of the night - in the 'white space'. =)

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  6. We've been having some lovely moons these past few days, and here is your delightful poem which captures exactly the power they've had over " the space between my dreams".

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    1. Thank you, Tara!I know my bedroom has been aglow all night - makes it easier to trek to the bathroom. LOL! =)

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  7. Lovely! Would make a great haiga.

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    1. Thanks, Tabatha! I tried to just make it simple, but you are right, it does lend it self toward haiga. =)

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  8. I was out last night and saw the full moon against the backdrop of the trees - hauntingly beautiful. Your poem captures that feeling. :)

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    1. Thank you, Myra! I love the way the moon casts its shadow to create an emotion - 'hauntingly beautiful' indeed. =)

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  9. I saw the moon come up last night-always beautiful. I love moon poems, Bridget, & you've captured another aspect of it. Nice and tight!

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    1. Thank you, Linda! I love moon poems, too. The moon has a magical quality that is fascinating. =)

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  10. There was a three hour space between my dreams last night. I wish I had been able to think about your poem instead of getting crabbier and crabbier that I couldn't fall back to sleep!

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    1. Oh no, Mary Lee! I hate it when I lie awake grumpy about being wide awake! Unfortunately I know the feeling too well - hence the poem. Wishing you a restful night sleep tonight. =)

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  11. This is beautiful, Bridget. I love the idea of space between dreams...

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    1. Thanks, Laura! It was a fun poem to write. =)

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