Betty Stoneman


Dream A Reality - Poem by Betty Stoneman

Dead eyes coated with a grey glaze
so innocent, so blind behind the haze
twisted humans disturbingly obscurred
yet somewhat humorously absurd
rolling over my skin fear and confusion
its so warm and safe in blankets of delusion
crushing pain inside annouces the fatality
of another dream lost to reality
movie memories and stereo screams
disappear under a veil of dreams
emotions attack, shred, discard and descend
leaving confidence for emptiness to pretend
look at and judge me through your filthy widow pane
then tell me who carries the burden of the insane


Comments about Dream A Reality by Betty Stoneman

  • (12/16/2009 4:27:00 PM)


    Dream and reality, happiness and pain. A living between to be or not to be. A deep poem. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 16, 2009



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