From the Archives: Man Stands on the Edge of His Dreams

Man Stands on the Edge of His Dreams

Dated May 26, 2006

Man stands on the edge of his dreams,
On the narrow line between waking and sleeping.

A continuous pattern of night and day,
Light and dark,
Dreaming and day dreaming.

Drifting and floating,
Swimming and flying,
Into the darkness,
Out of the light.

What is real,
What is not,
Forever straddling the border;
Man stands on the edge of his dreams.

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