One of my favorite sources of poetic inspiration is dreams. They offer an endless variety of unfettered thoughts with hoards of images and surprises. Today’s poem is inspired by someone else’s dream.
Want to read it? If so, scroll down in the alphabetical list for Poem #8 to read “Why My Lover Dreamt of a Naked Ghost Named Rebecca.”
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2 thoughts on “Poem #8 – One About a Ghost”
Nakedness, you just can’t escape it, can you?
Funny! Yes, it’s a literary obsession, I guess. 🙂