Death Deja Vu



Could Dali’s dream distortions be amiss?
The shadow Morpheus can assist our mind
become a seraph or a serpent’s hiss
Effects unlike the artist’s best design

No bleeding Christs or melting clocks appear
To argue time’s perceived reversed passing
Scenes shown in lighting with blue fog veneer

My widened eyes observe with fear amassing

My trips to where all reason is refused
are not cartoons but hidden life revealed
I stroll on solid ground oft times amused
at other times aghast in blood congealed

What strangely curious niche is this for dreaming?
A place to don our final, endless gleaming?

  • Author: George (My real name) (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 2nd, 2018 03:22
  • Comment from author about the poem: Another foray into a place I obviously know nothing about and I fear no one else does either.
  • Category: Unclassified
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  • Louis Gibbs

    Yeah, I think Dali was definitely on to something. I love his work. Good insightful write, George!

  • Seeker

    • Seeker

      Thank you Louis. I do appreciate your kind remarks.

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