Stealthy Dances

Los Angeles Artist THIERRY COHEN

Los Angeles Artist THIERRY COHEN

Stealthy Dances 

i dream silently in

the day; as to not awake

the sleeping giants,

who smite dreams out with fearful

hands, and obliterate thoughts

that soar freely in

barless cages; lucid dreams

escape LOUDLY at

night when giants sleep under

thick stars who whisper

their hypnotizing lulls as

to not awaken giants –

for their pleasure is to watch …

the dance of the free!

~~~

Participating in OpenLinkNight ~ dVerse! I have read some wonderful pieces this evening!

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Sharing the twistings, and musings that twirl in my mind. Hoping others can relate, or at least enjoy... To know more about me personally you can visit my website at Mind Retrofit.
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10 Responses to Stealthy Dances

  1. We are ‘neighbors’ at the ‘pub’ tonight….thought I’d say hi. This was a dreamy poem.

  2. Brian Miller says:

    def beware the giants who would much rather quash the dreams of others than to find their own….it is nice we can let them roam a bit free in the night…

  3. Yes..it seems there are giants under stars..that enjoy a free dance kinda person..and then there are other giants under stars..that would like to see the dance come to halt..i

    dance loudly..personally..without a sound..at least not..on the floor..:)as to keep the malevolent giants at bay…;)and away from dreams..dancing loudly for star(s)…good to read ya by the way..:)again…

    • “dance loudly..personally..without a sound..at least not..on the floor..:)as to keep the malevolent giants at bay…;)and away from dreams..dancing loudly for star(s)…good to read ya by the way..:)again…”

      YES! I shall and wish that for all people feeling the vibrations of giants lurking about. 🙂

  4. Describing the nightmares as giant reminds me of a children’s book I had … “Who Will Comfort Toffle?” (though I had it in Swedish… a book on the world of the Moomin… oh yes…

  5. Wonderful imagery – a great commentary on the sublime.

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