This is amazing! The last two lines were stellar :DBeautifully executed!
I love this, especially the second half.
I love it!! Of course I always do!! Hope you're enjoying your weekend!!
Sharp and witty, but also there is something very poignant and real. The Succor/sucker is such a wonderful wordplay here and the whole thing is a kind of trick that is also not at all a trick. Thanks so much for participating. k .
This is you:http://weheartit.com/entry/184468831/explore?context_user=camray7&page=6
"I've done what I can, now it's time to rest". To trick a dream is a fascinating phrase. Wonderful as always.
I love the Sunday afternoon nap with its tricks and succor and promise of God's hands.
a dreamy Sunday afternoon...hope the bliss doesn't evade at night :)
So much like a Sunday afternoon really is.
just enough... ~
One of your brain-snapshot poems, and as always, they say whatever the reader sees, as much as the subject or the blood and sweat of the ink you put in them--its probably not good to trick a dream, but I've had some I wish I could have.
Nothing beats a Sunday afternoon nap.
Ah..to trick a dream..never been able to do it on purpose. What tools/methods work for you? :D
This is just lovely!
Ah, to trick a dream, to succor sleep....such perfect things to do on a Sunday afternoon. This had such a perfect feel to it for the title. You always amaze me with how much you can say in so few words.
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