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Cool [Literature] The Sleep Filter (Moved to Off-Topic Forum)
Dont cry and still your heaving chest
lying in your bed with crumpled vest
Hose wrapped round straining throat
covers high like a smothering coat

Machine hissing with a detached mask
sleep gone like a failed task
Broken face and itchy dry skin
dont put your machine in the bin.

Knowledge is the key to better sleep
not wetting pillow with eyes that weep
ask the question and post it nigh
were here to help, not make you cry.

So hang the catcher and start the filter
sleeps a waiting to be back into kilter
and if a problem the moon does bring
turn on computer and start to sing

So dry those eyes, now time to brave
ask me a question come out ya cave
I will give you all the help to mend
and become your new trusted friend.

DC Big Grin
(This post was last modified: 04-28-2012 11:42 AM by Dreamcatcher.)
04-28-2012 11:41 AM
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RE: [Literature] The Sleep Filter (Moved to Off-Topic Forum)
At DC's request, I've moved this thread to the Off-Topic forum.
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RE: [Literature] The Sleep Filter (Moved to Off-Topic Forum)
Aye... a good poem indeed.

Nice job DC.

Coffee

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RE: [Literature] The Sleep Filter (Moved to Off-Topic Forum)
Apparently keeping strange hours in front of a computer makes one a poet?!?! Dielaughing Keep up the good work, DC!


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RE: [Literature] The Sleep Filter (Moved to Off-Topic Forum)
DC proves once again that the Scott's are poets. If they could only learn to speak English. I can only hope that one day you poke me back.

This post is a natural product. The slight variations in spelling and 
grammar enhance its individual character and beauty and in no way 
are to be considered flaws or defects.
 
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