Daily Word Prompt 37 “Dreaming”


Hurry up, Chap. It’s the day of deliverance and we’re going to join them, even though we’re uninvited. Don’t be so clumsy, just polish the cask with chamois and we’re hitching a ride to the galaxy. From the lofty heights of Zugspitze, we can view the beautiful landscape of Garmisch, and that’s just for starters. We could work as apple chasers, only this time, we’re star-chasers. As long as we make it by the time the guy in charge reached our names, we receive a notch on the stick used to record our presence. How cool is that! Forget the jeering crowds, they’re down there and we’re up in the air….Sleep evaded me as I sat in the bus daydreaming and looking out the window the entire trip.

A painting of a young woman taking a siesta. (The hammock, Gustave Courbet (1844).)

nap in the hammock
under the shade of the trees
cool lovely breeze

good break after lunch
afternoon’s power nap
provides energy

summer siesta
getting out of the heat
on such a warm day


To sleep, perchance to dream
Horses gallop across moonbeam
To dream, ah, that is so divine
Sailing across the river Rhine
Where all her thoughts meshed
And waking up feeling refreshed
Playing on each other in different fields
It’s as rough as a public park, the outfield
Wrestling with ideas, concepts, activities
Bees’ knees, cheese please, flees freeze
She dreams that she was a butterfly, flickering
Blooming, blushing, breezing, breaming
Flapping wings smartly, enjoying its nectar
Taking its time, fluttering with pleasure
A girl in a dream one morning in paradise
She can soar up high as the sun will rise
And she floats and brings out a slow yawn
Though she fears never shall she see dawn?


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