Somnambulism

Somnambulism: That’s when you
Get up before your sleep is through
And go about your night as if
It’s day; though when you wake you’re stiff,
You’re pleased your FitBit says you’ve leapt
To record step-counts while you slept.
I prefer to stay in bed
And journey gently in my head.
Walking in your sleep is fine
When it’s your sleep. Stay out of mine.

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About Michael

Silliness is good
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3 Responses to Somnambulism

  1. I especially like that line “journey gentile in my head”.

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