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by jude forese
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                 dreaming in a huge field

       so immense it's overwhelming


              I’m dreaming I’m dreaming


   my dream has no beginning, no end

        no up or down

no sense of light

        no swathe of darkness


      I rise in this dream without moving

      I see within this dream without looking


                      I hear my heart pound

        like a ceremonial drumbeat

              and my blood flow

         like a river gushing over a waterfall


                       I'm back,

                                back in the field

                  right smack in the middle


            to my side

a tribe of warriors dressed in deerskin, feathers

                                     and war paint


   an endless blur of bows and arrows are aimed to the sky

             as a fiery chant permeates the dreamscape


         I look to my other side

 and see a vast army of soldiers

                  surrounded by tanks, canons and rifles


       there are strange garbled voices over intercoms,

                    I have no idea what either side is saying


    both sides are positioned toward me,

          standing in a pool of mercury and mud


both sides are angry and psyched up

            their bodies shifting back and forth

      like a trance dance ready to rush upon me


  I recognize this field is actually my soul

                     and the warriors and soldiers

                  are ready to fight over it


at this point, a transparent hand ascends from the sky

              and pulls right in front of me

 all the warriors and soldiers instantly freeze in place


             only a cool breeze hits up against me

                            as I step into the hand,

        it closes up on me like a fist

                              then throws me forward


                    casting me back to being awake


           it’s morning, I’m feeling more alive than ever,

 surviving another dream mêlée  









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Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
... literally, an answer to a prayer I prayed last Sunday! So lucid and cinematic - as dreams that awaken us to feel our most alive usually are. :)) xx
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Thank you for sharing your dreamscape experience, Jude; very engaging. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
AWESOME are your dreams and YOU
as well *Jude* taking us there!!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
You jolted me on this one as well....powerful took me there Jude~
Reviewed by Rose Rideout
Dreams are so real often we awake to wonder, was it all a dream. Great write Jude.

Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Are you sure you've awakened...I wonder that everytime I seemingly awaken from a vivid dream...e
Reviewed by Peter Paton
Very vivid and punchy Jude
You took us there and back with panache and style
They say magic mushrooms can have that effect too

Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
Wow Jude, this is an incredible dream scene...I want to say that you are caught in a questionable state of being...Your soul is struggling with what side to be on..whether you sympathize with the Native Americans or the white man...It's always an internal struggle when someone as yourself, (mystical)possesses an innate ability to see things that others cannot. I feel that the hand you are referring to is more than likely the Great Spirit or God and it's a guiding hand, keeping you safe until you can handle what you subconsciously see in your soul. I have had many visions of being caught up between the two's quite distressing and also so real...Glad you made it back, perhaps it was astral projection? Cannot wait for your next dream juice poetry....

Peace, light and love,

Reviewed by Ronald Hull
Now that's a story! Being rescued from your own soul?

Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg
wow, awesome experience, the descriptors in the expression allow us to travel with you...enjoyed this one.
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
wow--cool dream and write
Reviewed by T Jett (Reader)
Wow! How wonderful is that?!
"at this point, a transparent hand ascends from the sky
and pulls right in front of me"
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger
An awakening feeling better than ever ! Imagery is very
impressive ~ mercury and mud ~ Jude you've taken us in
a dream and God's hand and grace saved your soul.
Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by RWE SAYS BYE
...whew!...this is a vivid synthesis of spiritual warfare and an intriguing instance of what may be seen as the hand of God lifting you from the forces that war against your soul to awaken you to a new, more bracing reality... I like the way you capture and express your dreams... good poetry... vivid imagery... and a clever characterization at the close...

May you find peace in your dreams amid the melee... and more...
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
Quite a captivating dream melee - Dream On!
Reviewed by Sherry Heim
I am glad you made it to awake, Jude, that was one confusing and stressful dream.
Take care,
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Wow! I like this one best! Lots of mixed emotions makes the poem full of action,exciting to read...ET
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