A Night to Forget

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
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This actually happened. Scared the chit out of me. It may have been a dream, but I can certainly live without....Saturday night. Very strange because RED was dreaming to. And her saying" I don't want to go.Don't take me away." That fit right into my dream. She don't remember having hers or me waking her up.

Submitted: February 16, 2007

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Submitted: February 16, 2007

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I shut the tube off, from the “Unexplained” site.


I was sure getting tired, Might sleep all night.


About the time, a soul leaves the bod.


I felt something push me,

Like a cattle prod.

I felt myself slowly, lifting in the air,

I turned to look, there was no one there!


I fought so hard, with this unseen being,

To return to bed, was my leaning.


Patty sat her side, Bewildered in stare.

When overhead we saw, a blinding glare.


She drifted up towards, an overhead port.

I grabbed for her, I had to thwart.


The blinding glare dimmed, then fired at me.

Again I was lifted, As she was freed.


Through the port, a gruesome hand,

Reached forward for my neck.


But I braced myself, Against the ceiling’s deck.

Suddenly my eyes, opened.


To a darkened room, my sight.

Alas, There‘d be no sleep, again this night.

I looked for Patty, prepared to weep,

But peacefully she slept, in Angel’s keep.


Here I sit, trying to “coin” this prose.

Tossing my words, to and fro.


Suddenly my thoughts, hear Patty say,

Please, I don’t want to go. Don’t take me away.”


I rush the bed, she’s having a dream.

Tears flow from her eyes, she tries to scream!

Ever so gently I shake her awake.

A Halloween gift? For Hade’s sake?













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