THREE

Photo by IMAdina

Do you know
what happens to my dreams
when I wake up?

They exist,
floating into ether,
each and every one.

I drift every night
from dream to dream,
anew,
innocent of their eternal existence,
thinking they are ephemeral,
and I am their God.

How arrogant of me, you see?

Written for the Weekly Writing Challenge: Fifty. No rules. Just stick to the word count — no more, no less than fifty words.

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