Sunday, July 21st, 2013
Last month, The New York Times released this article exploring the ramifications on the mind and body caused by a lack of sleep. Lately, there just seems to be too much to accomplish when the sun is up that our designated sleeping hours are getting cut drastically short. Some six-word scribes believe that believe that letting out six expressive words on sleep can help counter the insomnia, the nightmares and whatever else we find getting in the way of a good night’s rest .
Counting sheep? Writing myself to sleep.
My love sleeps alone. I type.
Sleep eludes me, let’s get breakfast.
Making husband sleep on metaphorical couch.
Sleeping trumps partying at my age.
Trying to sleep; sandman skipped me.
Sleep deprivation-once again my muse.
Too much life goes by asleep.
Talks in sleep. Secrets of subconscious.
Getting old, fell asleep while dreaming.
Sleep walk. Life is a dream.
Sleeping with a stuffed animal again.
Insomnia negotiations. Bargaining with ticking clock.
Insomnia knocked on bedroom door tonight.
Dreams come true, so do nightmares.
I’ll see you in my dreams.
Reality is finally better than Dreams.
Too busy living, forgot to dream.
I propose new Six category: Dreams.