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Moonbeams and Daydreams

I can’t believe we’re already a week into 2014.  It’s certainly a year that promises to move and change and shake things up.  Hope you all are having a great (warm and safe) start to the new year!  Sharing with G-Man for his Friday Flash 55.

candle rose pendulum

Moonbeams streak invisible
across a cloudless blue
afternoon sky, hurtling at the
speed of light before crashing
headlong into my daydreams,
shattering into a thousand pieces.
Moonbeam and daydream
mixed together, reality tangled
together with hopes and wishes
and possibilities that will never be;
all wither away under the harsh
light of the afternoon sun.

13 thoughts on “Moonbeams and Daydreams

  1. Don’t know how I missed this Teresa–you were number one on the list! I love this, the idea of the moonbeams invisible but present in harsh daylight, and the fragility of both them and daydreams–yet somehow nothing really can kill either, I think. A great 55.

  2. Teresa, I sure can feel where you’re coming from.
    Most beautifully penned by you.
    Loved your Pondering 55
    Thanks for playing, you are indeed a Lady of your word…:P
    Have a Kick Ass Week-End

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