hey i am about to slip there myself....smiles.sleep well...
I am now craving my pillow and my blanket of stars! Night Helen-sweet dreams!
Just beautiful. I am dealing, after a week of caring for a sick grandchild, with (guess what) being sick, myself – and falling asleep in a different head-space than I usually do, with my mind floating and landing here and there. And this poem, for me, as I head off to bed right now: perfect. (And, once again, a great graphic.)
Sleep . . . sooooo much easier than writin' poetry.
Skilled writing and smartly enjoyable.
A dream of a post! LOL Wish peaceful slumber came more often, speaking personally...
And when tou sleep, your Soul awakes and speaks to you in the nightly phantasmagoria of dreams ( imaged poems ) , cheers Helen
the words are nicely crafted like the art work....ah a peaceful slumber is what we all need ......
The thought of deafening silence... so rarely can you have it.. Last time was probably when I slept in a tent in the mountain in winter... snow can extinguish all snow.
Shall I sing you a lullaby, Helen? :-)
I'm sure my poetic self is lost in indigo slumber more often than not these days.
excellent Helen! Makes me want to go take a nap! Cheers!
Often slumber doesn't come until the words get out, but sometimes amazing ideas are born in our dreams. Nice capture.
Hey, I am falling asleep now, smiles ~
Even if the pictures were absent, you caught the moment when the mind goes into that state of rest, and then creation can take place. Lovely.
smothering - hmmmm. be careful with that pillow! :) ~
I wish that worked for me!
As I look at your other comments, I wonder if the word "endless" in the poem struck no one else as suggesting death?
This slumber seems a bit ominous! But it's blues are beautiful. K. Manicddaily
When he should be writing!
I wouldn't mind dreaming in indigo and periwinkle!
Once again you have given us a delicious taste of your awesome writing.
I also love to fall in a deep slumber...away from problems and everything. That's how most animals survive.
Oh, I could use that kind of rest about now. Too many late nights. Lovely, Helen!
Beautifully done! Oh, what I'd give for even half a slumber!
Just popped to ask you out but found you asleep. you have a nice way with words, Woonie. XX
Oh, it is time to glide into the blue...so pretty and calm! I love this
Love the colors you did! Sleep well, Helen!