Frank Jacoutot

(Freeport, New York)

Dreams - Poem by Frank Jacoutot

Dreams are stories that whirl in your head.
Pictures you see while asleep in bed.
Some dreams are light and some are deep
Some make you toss and turn in your sleep.
Dreams are different during the day
These dreams you can keep or toss them away,
Dreams while you sleep are sometimes
Hard to recall
You think you've slept, without dreaming at all.
Then there's the dream that disturbs your rest
They are called "nightmares" and are remembered the best.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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