Travelling by Car

Travelling by Car

A Poem by Meghan
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In response to a prompt. I used to have frequent nightmares of driving, I assume because I used to be terrified of the concept.

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Some semblance of psychosis

A surreptitious instilment

Incapacitated, sleeping noisily

Red light streaming

Under full-bellied eyelids

Brimming with whitewash dream stuff

Lead-foot beacon

By which to surpass

Grinding

Along wavelength axes

Belying

Surreality

I’m set to fester

In this incongruous nightmare

© 2012 Meghan


Author's Note

Meghan
Does it need end punctuation?

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Tell a story or control the flow... if YOU set the meaning - then set it where you want it... don't ask the audience, they might tell you.

But you left out - "Are we there yet?!?"

Posted 7 Years Ago



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Added on April 15, 2012
Last Updated on April 16, 2012
Tags: driving, nightmare, dreaming

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Meghan
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I've been a student of film and fashion design, dabbled in creative writing, fine art, philosophy, and psychology, but am currently between universities. I will always be a patron of anything artistic.. more..

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