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Sleeping (after Delvaux)

Some dream together,
lie sideways facing in.
Right hand placed on the other’s head,
left on hip they slip into sleep.
They don't have the same dream
but characters, places are shared.
They rise as one, hands clasped,
staring down to the empty street
where shadows flow slowly past.
Later they'll speak of vague places
they would once have visited,
faces fleetingly remembered
even though they are still sleeping.

6 Dec 17

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