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Stages of the Sun

My dog lay sleeping beside me

face twitching

paws gesturing to me

so I joined her

ran barking

skipping past the pond

into the trees

heard my distant howl

heedless of all;

grey squirrel

the opossum’s trail

stages of the sun

crossing the sky.

© Jilly’s 2016

Combining dVerse Quadrille Prompt (Skip to My Lou)

& Day 1 of 28 Days of Unreason Prompt

“In this world of dreams don’t let the clock cut up your life in pieces.”

~ Harrison

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31 thoughts on “Stages of the Sun

  1. Oh this is a joy. Thank you for responding to the prompt. How wondrous to join your furbaby in dreams. I often would join my cat – “heedless of all”….what unadulterated joy.

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  2. Delightful. Would that we could join our furry friends in their dreams. My girl is gone now, but she still joins me in my dreams now and then.

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    1. Thanks Patti! I just came from your poem and, having trouble with being identified, couldn’t leave a comment. So… Marvelous nursery rhyme feel to your poem! Of course, it plays to an adult audience… 🙂 Love it! Jilly

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  3. What a great perspective, to join your dog in his dreams…so sweet. I would often marvel at our Sheltie’s twitching and paw movements…chasing after who knows what?
    Gayle ~

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    1. Thanks for the kind words! I had a glimpse into her dreams after she was the one who spotted the cottonmouth in our yard. She twitched more than normal for weeks! 🙂

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  4. Oh I remember when we had our dogs — German Shepherds for many years and then we went to standard poodles. They always slept beside our bed….and I remember exactly those twitching paws — like they were running in their dreams. And then to go to the fantastical move of joining them in their dreams???? LOVE this! 🙂

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