it's five o clock yes in the morning birdsong has woken me an hour and a half before my alarm was supposed to even after another terrible night's sleep to-ing and fro-ing with tossings and turnings staring into the blank of ceiling and wall not enough comfort or perhaps too much on this slumped mattress to slip deep enough beyond those initial stages of slumber down into REM i'm surprised to find i'm not as angry nor as drained as i thought i would be at such premature awakening i can lie still untroubled for now contentedly listening to the chattering of these feathered neighbours an avian symphony of movements manifold
I dream each night Of things That can't exist or Can't be true,
But every time I Dream of fate And always dream Of you.
And when I wake, From the light through my Windowpane,
I know it's happening, The dream repeats Itself again.
I dream each night Of prophecy, And all my dreams Come true.
I dream each night Of prophecy And wake and cry For you...
They say that 20 percent of your dreams are prophetic; of events that have Yet to happen. They say that dreams are simply memories of your days, but that's not true... sometimes your dreams lead you to deja vu,; you have them, and they happen; the dreams have guided you...
Unexpected smile from the lady beside me As I say goodbye after a day's work in the office Such joy, such a great smile , such radiance Perhaps we can can it?
Unexpected number plate 'Ph1 1LL' As he undercuts me at the traffic lights Calm down Phil It's only 8 a.m the morning I'm sure you'll get to work ok.
Unexpected gorilla bursts into my home Heads straight to the office and grabs my laptop Logs into my old Facebook account And starts sending illicit messages and naughty pictures You're welcome mate, grab a banana too
Unexpected kindness from the beggar at the parking bay Tells me that the meter is broken so don't bother I buy him a sandwich 'Ham and white bread will do'. No problem mate enjoy
Inspired by Artist David Shrigley piece of art 'Elephant chooses to stand on your car' Tate Liverpool
Just know one thing, Something before I leave: This was never intentional, Falling in love, being deceived. I thought I could ignore it - Push it to the back of my mind - But it only grew, cultivated, Leaving any sanity behind. Just know one thing Before you leave me forever: I never meant to fall - I didn't expect this feeling whatsoever.
A treacherous journey one embarks on to heal, With unexpected turns in the path it is not linear, Through adversities there will be triumphs, In hardship you will prevail, Keep going in the direction the universe has set for you, Keep growing at the pace that is right for you, Individualize your experience and embrace your process, You are deserving of the kindness bolstering within.
It’s beautiful, Beta Such beautiful flowers there Excellent place, five star hotel-kind of You don’t want to know how high it was Such a kind man helped me come down My legs were hurting too much Bita That gadi no good what did I tell you
Ha Mummy (lips spin into jalebi smile)
Whole new world open up, Baaji so tired You would not believe me, he did it didn’t he Yes, took Baaji a lovely cuppa tea Just the way I like it You know I didn’t have no cake because of my medications
Ha Mummy (cheeks go RAC orange)
I must go there again Beta Go on Book it for Baaji Go on
Ok Mummy (cheeks go coconut burfi pink)
Written on our summer trip to the Cotswolds only to break down and be taken by RAC breakdown lorry to the hotel