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Poetry

Drive Home

Posted on April 16, 2014 at 12:05 AM


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Drive Home


& what if our lives are nothing but a figment

Of someone else’s imagination

Our individual lives are all another individual’s dream


Everyone thinks they are unique though

Esoteric though


I wrote this at a red traffic light 

& it turned green & the sports car honked at me

With fury!

He has yet to realize he is not real.

  

I drove past picketers with political picket signs

& they were passionate about a dream

& so I honked at them

Gave a thumbs up to support another’s dream


We are all dreaming

But not all of us are dreamers.

 

http://www.pyrokinection.com/2013/12/a-poem-by-daniel-n-flanagan.html

Originally published by Pyrokinection on 12/22/13

http://www.stonepathreview.org/page/2014-spring-vol-03-issue-10/poetry-drive-home/

Republished by Stone Path Review 04/15/14.

 

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