Posted by: Jonathan Caswell | January 3, 2012



A person’s nighttime dream

Is not always as it seems…

A lot of factors

And mixing actors

Can muddle interpreting scenes.

A scene begun with a spouse

In bedroom, bathroom or house

May quickly evolve

Or suddenly dissolve

Into one’s ex in a blouse.

And when the dream’s figured out,

The projector man switches about…

With consummate means

He jumbles the scenes

Until waking is the only way out!

—Jonathan Caswell



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  10. this is a good one – so true – I do have one question – does Projector Man wear a cape? 🙂

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