I Dreamed Of You

Slowly I awake, not allowing this feeling to flee

Shouldn't be

Anger, wanting, needing

All wrong, so intense

At once so bound, yet so freeing

Do I share? I tell...

...a yell

A cry of shame

Not my fault

Lock it away, deep in my vault
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Hatred and shame,

It all remains,

boundless refrains,

It is all the same.

One can not hate without love

I do have weird dreams, but then I am weird too, so it makes sense. Powerful words this story is.

Pssst... *whispers* It's Seuss-induced vitamins... Taken has a lifetime supply...

*whispers back* I think you might be right....

Faerie thinks that Dr. Seuss has changed tactics...

Love this, Taken! I do get that kind of dreams... well, one in particular really... but it scares the cr*p out of faerie! *inhales deeply... and exhales strongly*

I can usually remember my dreams only immediately after waking. Of course, they aren't as interesting as your dream sounds.

Settin it free here helps ... I hope. Preserves it.

Though I AM often emotionally affected by my dreams, an sometimes wake up feelin great ... or scared ... or worried ... or yes, aroused, I am jus unable to recollect much of what seems so vivid in my sleep. I envy those who can recall moment by moment what their subconscious shares with them.

Even more so, those who can put those moments to words ... powerful words. Well done, th.