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The Unexplained!
by E T Waldron
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I found myself looking down the path
as it seemed to descend,yet I was climbing
a mountain why was this happening
everything seemed opposite, I looked at
the sky, and saw the ground

If that were so  I would be walking on the
sky,  I looked down and  I see the river
that I'm  walking through, but I couldn't
be walking in the river I was dry

I'm getting ready to cry, I see the mountain
I'm climbing ahead of me, yet I see a horse
on a parallel path going upward looking
down at me, I must be  in a dream

I let out a scream, but I don't hear it, so this
is a nightmare no doubt of it , and I want to
wake up, but I can't and the terrain changes
I'm now going uphill  in a desert

That's it, I can't take anymore of this nonsense, but I have no control, whatever is happening is by the power of something or someone else I watch  a camel fly by me

Now I'm beginning to elevate I'm almost in
the sky next to the camel then he's down on
the ground and I'm descending onto his back
I believe I'm going to crack

I'm sitting at an outdoor cafe, and across from me my friend says, " Where did you just go to, you looked like you spaced out- I couldn't get through to you for the past five minutes, I was ready to get a doctor"?

We are in the city where I live at a neighborhood cafe we always visit, I get up saying " I have to go home I feel dizzy",  as I arise I'm clutching a handfull of  sand and camel color hair, and there's sand on my shoes and on the ground as I walk away from the table.


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Reviewed by John Domino 3/8/2013
A vivid poetic dream that will take you wherever you focus upon.

Focus on blessings and blessings will surely flow. This I know.

May peace be with you, love be in you and blessings flow over you,

John Michael Domino
Reviewed by Carol Phelan Aebby 1/26/2013
This was quite a trip, and an experience that was real in your realm.
Thank you for sharing this.

May your creative quill continue to soar!

With respect,

Carol Phelan Aebby
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 9/3/2012
I'm not a dream interpreter, Eileen, so can't explain what your dream is. VERY rarely do I remember what I dream. Unless they're nightmares. Vividly penned and well done.

It's been far too long since I stopped in -- forgive me?

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by JMS Bell 8/28/2012
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 8/2/2012
Some experiences are beyond our "current" comprehension but that does not mean they are not "real." Thank you for sharing, Eileen. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 5/4/2012
Love the surprise ending, gripped my interest from the beginning Eileen.
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 5/2/2012
daydreaming taken to the next level!
sounds like a great beginning for a novel...
save that magical sand and camel hair- it might come in handy.
be well,
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 4/25/2012
when two worlds collide and overlapp, spellbinding awesome write.
Reviewed by Jon Willey 4/23/2012
Eileen, you have entered a mysterious place,dreamland. I sometimes have difficulty finding the terminal point between reality and a dream that was particularly vivid and lasting. Dreams, they blend into our conscious world too seamlessly at times. I wish you love and peace my dear friend. Jon Michael
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 4/20/2012
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/20/2012
Now that's an interesting story! Or was it a dream. I use weird dreams like that is a source for my stories. I think I have a camel hair coat somewhere that I can loan you. ;-)

Reviewed by Amor Sabor 4/19/2012
Hihgly creative Eileen, this is spun precisely in the same manner as the oddest of dreams and yet I know it must lead somewhere even if it is out of your control. Beautiful.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 4/19/2012
This is startling and yet I can identify - not with the detail, but the sensations of having been "turned upside down and shaken about" in my dreaming, as Amber says, waking up feeling physically wrung out. But then, my dreams never make literal sense anyway! I like how you leave us with the notion that an ACTUAL event or journey took place - sometimes we can believe it when we wake up with moondust in our beds! Our sleeptime is a mystery and you have painted one potential aspect of it here. Intriguing! xx
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 4/19/2012
Quite an adventurous dream, sometimes we wake up more tired than when we went to sleep, this could explain why...
Love light and peace,
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 4/19/2012
I never knew you had a camel fetish. Patrick
Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER 4/19/2012
Listen here young lady, you stay away from your brothers Jersey stash, or get help, still what a way to experience the world of upside down, hugs!
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 4/19/2012
A dream or a flashback, either way an interesting place to go...e
Reviewed by T Jett (Reader) 4/19/2012
Would love to know the meaning of this dream! lol Wonderfully written, Eileen ...
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/19/2012
Your trips are always quite captivating, Sis.
Reviewed by Andy Turner 4/19/2012
Hmmm, Tiggs, sounds like a Heffalump spiked your coffee.
Fascinating trip.
Reviewed by John Flanagan 4/19/2012
what i find fascinating about dreams
is how scenes switch suddenly without warning
and blend and separate..can be frustrating but
also intriguing how the 'process works'
and here, Eileen, you've captured a great deal of
all of that

Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 4/19/2012
Uh, my friend, that sounds an awful like acid flashback to me. You are finally having them. They all said we would.
Reviewed by jude forese 4/18/2012
dreams have a tendency to carry over their mystery into the waking world ...

an intriguing dream that definitely stimulated the synapses ...

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