Poetry, notes, and drawings by William Michaelian
I like the idea of dreams reappearing, not a visual, playbackable dream reel, but whose replay comes back as a poem.It jumpplaces the reader right inside the dream. I wondered, at the end, if the dreamer had been running away from, or "towards" -- which distinction almost makes it two entirely different poems for me.Loved this one, William! Can I borrow it for Salamander Cove's next posting?
Of course you may, Annie. Thank you.A third poem: running neither away from or towards, but through.
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