V - Vent. Visualise your dreams.

Posted by Claudia Moser on 8:01 AM in , ,
Let me not mar that perfect Dream
by Emily Dickinson
Let me not mar that perfect Dream
By an Auroral stain
But so adjust my daily Night
That it will come again.

Not when we know,
the Power accosts --
The Garment of Surprise
Was all our timid Mother wore At Home
-- in Paradise.

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@Izdiher - thanks!

You always choose some excellent quotes and I especially like this one!


@Miss B - thank you, I find them inspiring!

Wow, that's so deep and a very interesting quote. I like 'good dreams'. Thanks for your kind comments on my post and for visiting.
Kathy at Oak Lawn Images

That's lovely Claudia.

Ah, that "perfect dream". Such a lovely piece by Emily Post. Just beautiful...

@Kathy - I love your blog and your pictures, so it is a pleasure.
@Lynn - thank you!

@Amy - it is a beautiful poem, you are right!

Love dreaming and visualizing what I'd like to see happen.

Venting is easy, visualising is harder! Lovely poem - don't think I've read it before.

@Lynn - thank you
@Beverly - so agree with you
@LindaK - that is true, visualising is hard!

Anonymous says:

Hi Claudia! Great quote.

@Susanne - glad you enjoyed it!

I must be the odd ball. (You knew that? humph)
I visualize all the time. I 'see' what I want or hope will be and then visualize what I might do to make it happen.

@Jo - you are not the odd ball, you are you :))) and grat that you can visualize what yiu want!

I love that idea of reaching for your dreams and they will reach for you.


Great quote!

It's interesting when words become pretty as well as functional.

Catch My Words

Beautiful words Claudia.

Late to your V party, I was running around getting ready for a visit from Grace and her parents! Love the entire posting!

@Kathy - you only have to try
@Paula - thanks!
@Joyce - great comment and so true
@November Rain - indeed
@Sush - how is the little darling, I bet gorgeous as always :)

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