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Dreaming (Part Two)
by Amber V Moonstone

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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last night's dream...

Dreaming (Part Two)

by Amber "V" Moonstone


A continuation of a dream scape

I had a completely full car of students,
we were singing and talking
about the play we were about to open.

Out of the blue another car
was trying to run us off the road,
I became aware and started to excellerate.

We lost that car,
now we were headed up a steep hill,
the road ended and we were suspended.

We slowly got out of the car,
carefully keeping it balanced,
the car was like a see saw on that hill!

We were safe from harms way,
but now what about my car?
We decided to leave it. and walked away.

The students were relieved.
I was extremely grateful that we were safe
and then we finished the play.

Sometimes our dreams are messages,
and this one rings true as a message
that I am working too much and I must stop.

I am relaxed at this moment,
perhaps this is why these dreams
are finally emerging.

At a point where I can remember them,
and analyze the meanings
to bring forth change and growth into my life.

Listen to your dream messages,
let them be a guide toward your happiness
and always keep the positive flow

 within your waking hours!

Dreaming (Part Two) (c) Amber "V" Moonstone 7/14/10


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Reviewed by Christine Tsen 7/15/2010
Well-written wisdom ~
The most wonderful kind of dream, to me, is when a loved one who has died comes back in your dream and feels so real that you just know they are there, and you wake up embraced in the illusion.
Love, light, and peaceful dreaming,
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 7/15/2010
I, too, believe in the power of dreams, Amber.
Reviewed by Emile Tubiana 7/14/2010
Dear Amber, In the begining, when I started reading you my emotions went high, now I can say:
Thank God the dream stayed a dream and not a reality. Lovely poem after all. Love Emile
Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/14/2010
Yes I do believe in the power of dreams...and we need that belief to keep us grounded in our day to day realities
Reviewed by John Flanagan 7/14/2010
It's all in how we handle what we dream, Amber.

Reviewed by TONY NERONE 7/14/2010
I love the last line of this prose. I am certainly glad you and your passengers are fine.I do not want to even think about your loss to me.

Reviewed by Nicole Weaver 7/14/2010
You were up high, that is very good! If you had fallen that would not have been good. Falling or going down usually represent a negative in one's life. I think you are on the right track.
Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader) 7/14/2010
If I listened to my dream messages, I'd be locked up in San Quentin by now.
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 7/14/2010
Amen To Listening To Oneself!
I think your walking away from the car (stress)is a good thing
gives me chills when I think about letting go of things
we don't want in our lives & it is so wonderful to also enjoy your calm tranquility sweet sister!!
Love Embraces You
Wine & Honey Wax Candles

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