Poem: Half-Nap

Half-nap,

Sleep slap,

Down for the count,

But it’s a short count,

Sweaty sides,

Sweaty mind,

Slushed and rebooting.

Too comfortable,

Lying there,

Sleep claimed,

My head and hair,

Pulled me down,

Into lovely dreams,

Awaken later,

Gradually.

A brief break,

Not a thing called sleep,

Makes me feel a little rested,

But not fully.

Get back up,

Check the clock,

Only an hour,

Thank the gods.

Back to work,

With a goal now,

To sleep proper,

Next to someone,

I adore.

A few things to do,

Then back I go,

To the sleep,

The dream show,

While my body is in—

A place I know,

That’s safe.

Special thanks to: Melissa Potter

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