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Dream Riders

March 27, 2017 , , , ,

A breeze blew through our dining room, lifting curtains made of lace
We caught a glimpse of a horse and rider moving by at a galloping pace
The lawn filled up with curious geese squawking as they ran
Shedding down like snow flurries, they covered the corpse of the man
Who died suddenly from mysterious causes but then returned to life
His presence disturbed horses who all began to spook and bolt
Ghost riders dressed in fancy chaps mounted the steeds and rode them into the sky
Outlaw gunslingers broke through the kitchen door in a flash of flames and smoke
We had lost hope, trembling under the dinner table in mortal fear when I awoke.

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I love your photo prompts. Not only are the photos great, but your story/post is equally interesting.


Stevie Wilson (@LAStory)

March 28, 2017

I love the tales of dreams
The fantasies, the screams.
Falling, levitating, flying free,
Journeys, utopia, paradise.
Twice in bygone days,
I dreamed I was at work.
Not a nightmare, oh no.
I enjoyed my work,
Everyday a pleasure,
Never ever clock watched.
At the end of the day,
A friend, the boss shouted
I wake, the Mrs laughing.
Mick your late for work

True, of course the boss just laughed, “Heard many excuse, but, go on get to work”, until the next time.

Love your poem, had me right to the end, fantastic!!



March 28, 2017

Thank you very much!! I love yours..perhaps reoccurring

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Pamela Morse

March 28, 2017

Been retired nearly 13 years now, love it if I had that sort dream now ha ha.



March 28, 2017

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