Dream(e)scape

Trifextra: Week Sixty-Three

Weekend is here & with that comes Trifextra’s challenge.Here it is-

 

This weekend we’re asking for exactly 33 of your own words inspired by the following quote from the book you could win in the WBN giveaway. Good luck!

“It’s the possibility of having a dream come true that makes life interesting.” ― Paulo CoelhoAlchemist

This week’s challenge is community judged.
 
Trifecta sure knows how to challenge their writers.Anyone who has read the afore mentioned book,knows what a beauty it is & has inspired  so many.Powerful stuff-dreams & am sure my fellow Trifectans  will  be churning out one gem after another-good for the likes of me,for I can feast on some great word imagery:-)Here is my submission.
 
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Dream(e)scape

 

Dreams –

Pigmented,speckled,big,small.

I cherish some,

Others,I let go

inked in blood-

painful broken shards.

Yet,dream I must

for love or lust,

openly or

slyly,

breaking free

aiming high

I need to fly!

 

Image

 

 

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52 thoughts on “Dream(e)scape

    • Your comment made me feel warm & giggly Jody(glad to know that I am a bit unpredictable,my daughter says that I am totally unpredictable,lol)-thank you so much xoxo

    • lol Helen,you sound just like me now-I feel the same but rest assured,you are doing a fab job-definitely worth reading & enjoying-at least I think so & love what you write.Thank you so much for this heart-warming compliment,I appreciate your stopping by to support me always:-)

  1. This was so lovely, and the picture at the end perfectly captured the entire mood of the poem… How I love breaking free from those things that hold me down, so that I can soar towards my dreams. Beautiful imagery.

    God bless you,
    Cheryl

  2. Wow Atreyee! That was wonderful! I think it might be my favourite piece of yours that I have ever read. Execellent writing.

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