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Sea Beyond The Moment
by Amber V Moonstone

Thursday, April 12, 2012
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Just awoke from a dream, am I sleepwalking or sleepwriting?


Sea Beyond The Moment
by Amber "V" Moonstone
4/13/12 

The Boat is docked,
the waves rush beneath,
a rocking sound is heard
as I walk toward the edge.

I stand teetering at that edge,
wanting to jump into the murky water,
I am just about to jump
when a light comes up to greet me.

It is a brilliant yellow light
so bright that I close my eyes,
as I open to look closer,
I am surprised to see you there.

Your hair is shiny and wet,
your eyes glowing as bright as the light,
and your lips forming words
I cannot hear.

I step back to balance myself,
and I can hear your laughter,
it isn't a normal laugh
but a loud booming laugh.

I am scared for a moment,
thinking that I have offended you,
but in an instant you take me in your arms,
and carry me down to your sea world.

I know that I am alive,
but somehow I am not drowning,
I am living among the sea creatures
that inhabit the bottom of the sea.

There is a party for me,
welcoming and inviting
I embrace this celebration
and you are very pleased.

As the celebration draws to an end,
you carry me to your chambers.
It is dark and cold,
I am reminded of a tomblike feeling.

You open the door to your chamber
and we step into an airtight room.
It is filled with many pillows of all shapes
and sizes in brilliant colors.

You lay me down upon this pillow bed,
slip your turbin off,
and move your body close to mine.
we are lying next to one another.

Suddenly there is music everywhere,
chanting and drumbeats fill the room,
I am entranced with the melodies,
and I begin to float as if on cue.

I float about the room,
while you watch my performance,
As the music subsides,
I begin to drop back down to the pillows.

As I land, you take me in your arms again,
tell me that you have waited all your days
to finally have me by your side,
We are the rulers of the deep sea.

I smile and say to you,
"Please, I must go back to my home,
I have a life, a family a love".
You stand and say,"Never"!

 

This is when I wake up and realize
that it was all a dream,
what does it all mean?
I must live my life and be content with what I have.

 

Sea Beyond the Moment (c) Amber "V" Moonstone

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Reviewed by Axilea MU 4/26/2012
A vivid imagination that blends with subconscious messages. It's the narrative that keeps us alive, dear Amber, together with the power to say "no" to what attracts us, but denies our freedom.

Axilea
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 4/17/2012
Good title, and the effectiveness of this piece is increased greaty by it being present tense. The writing is as floatacious as the subject. Enthralling read, thank you. ~~ Diana
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 4/17/2012
Keeps your reader spellbound, holding ones breath, waiting for the outcome. Many emotions woven throughout with strong visuals and story-telling. Wonderful! ~Elizabeth
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 4/16/2012
Our need for love is the encompassing sea...it is what inundates us and immerses us. When we visit that realm...we develop doubts of surviving that kind of love and so we constantly are aware of where we are and how soon we can make an escape to the surface where reality lies. We cannot control our dreams but what we have on our mind usually shows up in them.
Amor
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 4/16/2012
Titanic meets The Little Mermaid! We are sometimes mesmerised by the intensity of our fantasy romances whilst at the same time being slightly ambivalent or fearful of the 7/8ths of their iceberg that remains unseen; when this happens, are we afraid of our own emotions or those of the supposed "other"? Dreams are always revealing, Amber, and I have certainly learned a lot about people I actually know little of through mine. I love your vivid descriptions and especially the image you have chosen to go with them. xx
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 4/15/2012
brilliant mermaid erotica! those silt filled CT waters.
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 4/14/2012
Amber,
Never be content your dreams are wonderful as is your verse.
Budd
Reviewed by Ed J. 4/14/2012
I am an ocean lover, raised on the coast but certainly never dreamed anything like this. Dreams are but visualized imagination without limits. Dream and write my friend. A very ointeresting read. Thank you
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 4/14/2012
Brilliant colours in light to dream in your poetic flair Amber
well done..enjoyed very much
Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 4/14/2012
place yourself in each character of the dream, i think perhaps you are telling yourself it's ok to love your feelings/emotions (water)
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/14/2012
A dream worthy of Neptune's dalliance. Alas, you have seen beyond it is only a dream.

Ron
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 4/14/2012
An answer perhaps is in the gleaning!!!
*Amber V* each and every moment in your
sleeping for your creative writings!!!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by D. Vegas 4/13/2012
Amber, Never be content with what you have or who you are. There is always room for personal improvements. Great poetry!

Always,
Deborah
Reviewed by John Flanagan 4/13/2012
there has to be more truth in our dreams than in our waking
and if not more then just as much;
this is a gorgeous poem, Amber

john
Reviewed by jude forese 4/13/2012
it never hurts to dream ... it offers us the possibilities surrounding our being ... beautiful poem, Amber ...
Reviewed by Laura Fall 4/13/2012
Wow, Amber what a deeply moving dream and the mystical photo suits this great write perfectly Laura
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/13/2012
Sounds like quite a dream.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 4/13/2012
Damn Amber, for a while there I thought you'd dropped some potent LSD, but fortunately, at the end, I realized it was only a dream(nightmare?)



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