Poems from Bob Eager

bio: Bob Eager has appeared in Oddball Magazine, Indiana Voice Journal, Tuck Magazine, Vision With Voices,  and Adelaide Magazine, ASU Canyon Voices. He has published two books Flipside of The Familiar and Darkside Relapsing.

Call It a Momentary Lapse in Deja Reve

Difference between Deja Vu the feeling you have been there before
Premonition usually has a negative context fear that something bad will happen!

Question is it a Precognition which means seeing events into the future  ESP reckoning.

Depends on experience…

Dreams and Reality Separate!

Simple case of Deja Reve : you know of it before because you dreamed it!

A Vision created…

Reality and Imagination could be from REM or some other lucid concept of sleep
Dreamed it Before?
Snapped out of it in the Reverie of the Moment!

Deja Reve has woven its way into reality from a state of  utter complacent lucidity?

Falsehood Blindsided and Shellshocked Accusation

Isolated incident defining one single moment-

One day Target blindsided;

And Shell-shocked 

Misunderstanding of One Moment,

Dictated by A Supposed victim 

This Does not determine validity

Only A Perceived Perception.

Memory Falsely expressed 

Exaggeration of circumstances

Fake phony accusations spew….

And Sugar-coated lecture

Of Misinterpretation-

Create an alternative narrative!

Struggle through manufactured Adversity,

Narrow minded investigation;

Who Are Worried More For Liability… 

Finally proven untrue by conducting oneself with virtuous clarity through the
Entire Legacy of  incident!

By davidlonan1

David writes poetry, short stories, and writings that'll make you think or laugh, provoking you to examine images in your mind. To submit poetry, photography, art, please send to feversofthemind@gmail.com. Twitter: @davidLOnan1 + @feversof Facebook: DavidLONan1

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