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1:58 AM
by Kacie Rahm

Saturday, February 21, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I picture oceans.
I inhale the tide, and exhale the undertow.

I count sheep.
One, two, three... I am distracted by thoughts of mattress commercials.

I drink warm milk.
There is a film around the rim of my "Congrats Grad!" coffee cup.

I scan the channels.
Whether it be the television, or my psyche.

I readjust.
Fetal position? Stretched out? Nothing seems pleasant enough.

I think of nothing.
I focus too hard on not thinking of anything to truly clear my mind.

I play soft music.
My love of singing only hinders my progress.


Ten, thirty, sixty minutes pass.
I remain awake.

I urge my body to relax.
I beg my brain to submit.

On the floor, my dog kicks her legs at invisible prey.
Her eyes are closed, and she appears to be smiling.
This may be an insomnia-fueled hallucination.
Regardless, I am envious of her.






An obnoxious train outside my wndow hollers at me.
My semi-sedated state interrupted.

I wonder, will I ever sleep?

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Reviewed by John DeDakis 2/25/2009
I love this, Kacie. You chose just the right examples, and entertainingly so. Loved the parts about psyche TV, mattress commercials, and trying to find the right position. Well done; write more. JD
Reviewed by Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw) 2/23/2009
Hi Kacie, Sounds like most of my 2 ams... damn trains anyhow! :]. Love 'em and hate 'em. Thank you for sharing...

In Spirit,
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 2/23/2009
Excellent poem,take care

Reviewed by Bernice Lakota 2/21/2009
love this, very very creative writing
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/21/2009
Oh Kacie. I can soooooooooo relate. I just went through this a couple of nights ago. The more you want to sleep, the more sleep will not engage. I find this poem very compelling. I particularly like:

I picture oceans.
I inhale the tide, and exhale the undertow.

Truly a wonderful offering. Thank you for sharing it. Love and best wishes to you,

Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson 2/21/2009
Nice poem, Kacie!
Reviewed by George Carroll 2/21/2009
Hey invite your dog to sleep with you and you'll fall asleep fast as will your pet..

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