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_Insomnia_

Damned insomnia.
I write poetry in my sleep,
So why must I be awake when it happens?

Soporific poetry.
But it doesn't work on me.
My mind races to catch up with the words.



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a/n: Sorry about the first word. I don't like to curse (least of all in my poetry), but I tried to come up with an alternative, and nothing really worked.
'Soporific' has always been one of my favorite words. Never thought I'd end up using it in a poem though. But here it is. (with appologies to anyone who had to look it up! ;))


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The following comments are for "Insomnia"
by Spudley

Interesting
Hi Simon,
I'm always interested in something new and this certainly was. I was wondering, since i haven't put anything on lit.org for months, what inspired you to comment on my poem. Either way, I've recently incorporated my own art and literary magazine here in America. I'd love to get some diversification going. Please submit to backseamag@aol.com or even better convince others to submit. I haven't gotten much of a response from lit.org

( Posted by: praxidikai [Member] On: November 30, 2002 )

to Spudley
At least it's better than your computer crashing..losing the poem that you typed up half-asleep...

( Posted by: Furius [Member] On: November 30, 2002 )





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