Two black dogs pulling me forward The sensation in my head was fuzzy My direction wavered to the left to the right to the left again Can I make it across the bridge? I was flying on the back of a dolphin The ride was thrilling until the descent to ground Gravel in my knees stinging as I stared at the dog collar minus one dog Not a dream but light headedness and blackout Kissing the pavement before sending me to la-la land One patient dog sitting The other wrestled free and ate the grass Christine Bolton - Poetry for Healing ©
Grace is hosting D’Verse Poets tonight and has prompted us with Stream of Consciousness writing. She explains that basically, its purpose is to emulate the passage of thought through your mind without any inhibitors. For that reason, sentences become longer, less organized and more sporadic in style. Its lack of structure is not for everybody, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t any order. Stream of consciousness permits deeper patterns of order to emerge, ones based on the genuine movement of information in your brain.