Dreams in the noggin

DREAMS IN THE NOGGIN

It was called The Saga Of Noggin The Nog

Nothing to do with a frog

                        …

All stretched out on the deck chair

A passing remark made to a passer-by

His headgear on his noggin

A reminder of said Noggin of old

                        …

Now the eyes of me on the chair

Fell heavily closed

Echoing my folded arms in rhyme

I drifted-off into space

The inner space of cranium control

And as usual all images mix to give

An extended view of the world we live in

But too cool to ignore

Some great imaginations running wild

Books should be written

If only the dream can be prolonged

Or even remembered

That would be an achievement

                          …

But topsy turvy – upside down

Cognitive conferences in the sky of the head

Some dreams reminiscent

Some dreams once in a while

But repeating themselves without invitation

Some dreams worth recalling – some dismissing

Dreams of mixed up fantasy-land

Almost nursery rhymes

With disparate fragments making a whole

Another script or dream-novel or poem

To extol the alternative world of sleep

                           …

Once in a while a divine dream

Sent from above like Joseph received

Or Joseph II – to flee to Egypt

A different trance as Peter did advance

To visit the gentiles and share his message

                          …

Dreams it was written are made of sweet ‘this’

Not this or that

For your dreams will not be mine

‘Cause you tell me you have dreams

Of a different kind

3 thoughts on “Dreams in the noggin

  1. Dreams have been vivid for me lately too. I’ve always had an active mind when I dream. I can solve problems through them, get answers, work through a situation that isn’t going well – lots of things are found in those dreams too. My post today deals with dreams. We must be on the same wave length.

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