Welcome to the entrance of Dreamer's Reality.
Beyond this page you will experience a large collection of poetic thoughts, pictures and different views of life...
Hundreds of poets and writers from all over the world share their dreams and realities in their words here..
I hope you enjoy the light and dark world of dreams... (Even though they may sometimes go
beyond normal realities grasp.) ...And please... feel free to participate in the on going
collections of poetry, with your own poem and writing submissions. You are invited to let the writers know
how you feel about their writings by leaving comments on their work..There is something for everyone here at Dreamer's Reality..
-Rebecca Ditch-Hammack (aka Dreamer)
Poem of the Hour
A Good Cold Author: Mental
Look like tree's
About to surge...
For your heart
And sometimes the midnight tolls
Could tear you apart,
As the last lingering fog rolls
Under a heated streetlight
It dissipates into a trance
Of wisdom that you can't fight.
You say "how tragic your mind is"
So off balanced in your skull
But to me it's like a gift, an old friend
Without it my brain would be quite dull.
A touch of neurotic senses
Start to ignite
It feels like a good cold
Without the frostbite.
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