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Dream Sensations
by Amber V Moonstone

Monday, March 19, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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The dream world comes to life...

Dream Sensations
by Amber "V" Moonstone

It's a bare wall,
darkend by age,
rough to the touch,
but strong and tall.

I approach the wall,
pushing it as hard as I can,
It doesn't budge,
but for an instant it feels shaky.

I stand back to view this barrier,
I feel as though I am being held back,
not able to see beyond this wall,
I must break this wall down.

Next I find myself on top of the wall,
looking down, frightened for my life,
I am so high up, I feel like I am isolated,
never have I been this far up on my own.

I shout out for help,
no one comes, no one hears me,
I am surrounded by a strange warmth,
It feels as though someone is hugging me.

I see no one, but can feel a presence.
Is it my guardian angel?
Or perhaps the arms of my higher power,
I begin to weep and then I feel released.

I slide down the wall to the ground,
I am safe from harm.
I feel the Earth beneath my feet,
it is a comforting feeling.

Next I am running in a field of sunflowers,
they are radiant and tall.
I can feel their warmth
and I know that I am not near home.

I hear some music in the distance,
so I run toward the sounds,
it is a choir singing Ava Maria.
I know this song, it was from my childhood.

My Nana sang it to me at night,
her voice was as sweet as the melody.
I see her standing there, 
She opens her arms, welcoming me.

Then I see my grandfather NuNu,
He is smiling at me,
motioning me to follow them,
I walk behind them toward the music.

There is a crowd standing around a fire,
they are singing songs and cooking.
It is a vivid memory from my past,
comforting and familiar.

As I am about to join in on the singing,
I am awakened by the sun shining in my window,
what a glorious day it will be,
for I have seen my dear grandparents one more time.


Dream Sensations (c) Amber "V" Moonstone


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Reviewed by D. Vegas 3/22/2012
Amber, Those type of dreams are so real and hard to wake up from.
A great write...

Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 3/21/2012
thats amazing, Amber, I enjoyed reading this a lot!
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 3/21/2012
Peacefulness in a dream is of beautiful essence.
Beautifully captured images Amber.
Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 3/21/2012
Truly visual and compelling, Amber. The contrast between the brick wall and its ominous fear and the welcome of the fire with the family's radiance and familiar welcome is tangible. Again, it strikes me that we can awaken to feel our most alive when we have had dream encounters of this lucid kind. As always, well told. xx
Reviewed by Asa Seeley 3/20/2012
a good dream is always comforting. thanks for sharing.

Reviewed by RWE SAYS BYE 3/20/2012
...a rare and radiant reverie... hold on tight to your dreams... prescient time traveling past catches up with you at last... these vivid verses paint a pretty picture...

Being at peace with those who are at peace brings more peace...
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 3/20/2012
despite your fears, this has a comforting reflection for you - i've never dreamed of any family :(
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 3/20/2012
Sweet Amber "V" of Moon filled dreams!!! by
the stepping stones of your sensational poetry!!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 3/20/2012
Touching emotions, I felt every word Amber...I AM BACK! missed you~
Hugs and Love,
Reviewed by Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw) 3/20/2012
Hi Amber, some dreams aren't dreams at all. My sister used to visit long after she passed. A beautiful revelation of ties that bind and comfort. Thank you, Amber.

In Spirit,
Reviewed by jude forese 3/20/2012
beautiful and inspired dream ... strange, just yesterday i had a dream sequence where my stepmother (deceased) was telling me "you father (deceased) is being a pain in the ass again, he doesn't remember where your grandparents are buried" ... a little thrown off i replied "neither do I" ... i think your visitation was much more consoling ...
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 3/20/2012
Such a beautiful dream Amber.

Reviewed by Laura Fall 3/20/2012
What a wonderful dream Amber, as this is truly an amazing poem and the photo is beautiful, as always such outstanding poetry Laura
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/20/2012
what a glorious day it will be,
for I have seen my dear grandparents one more time.

I always like it when my grandparents visit me in dreams, and I like your poem.
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 3/20/2012
such dreams are blessing granted only a few. you have been blessed and you have now blessed us with this wonderful verse.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 3/20/2012
Ah, dreams can excite, frighten, and, in a case such as you, Amber, a dream can give you wonderful feelings. Wonder what Stephen King dreams?

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