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Taco Wisdom

Tales in the Night

By Donna L. Roberts, PhD (Psych Pstuff)Published about a year ago 1 min read
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Taco Wisdom
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In my dream, I found myself in a place

Where everything was upside down and out of place

The sky was orange, the grass was blue

And the moon shone bright in the midday hue

I saw a group of elephants flying through the air

Their trunks waving in the breeze without a care

They passed by a house that stood on just one wall

And a cat that walked on water, not at all

But the strangest thing I saw that night

Was a giant taco, glowing bright with light

It spoke to me in a voice so sweet

And offered me a seat to rest my weary feet

I sat and listened as it told me tales

Of far-off lands and magical whales

And as I sat there, feeling oh so grand

I realized I was dreaming, and I woke up with a start

But the memory of that dream, it lingers still

And the taco's words, they haunt me still

I'm left to wonder, was it all a dream

Or was it something more, something beyond the seams?

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About the Creator

Donna L. Roberts, PhD (Psych Pstuff)

Writer, psychologist and university professor researching media psych, generational studies, human and animal rights, and industrial/organizational psychology

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  • Jay Kantorabout a month ago

    Dr. D ~ I'm so glad that you liked 'Twins' but, I have to admit, issues that I've mentioned in several of my pieces I've derived from your extremely informative narratives; please stand in line for royalties. So sorry I've noodged you with questions, that's why I disengaged; I know I had overstepped. Jay, Jay Kantor, Chatsworth, California 'Senior' Vocal Author - Vocal Village Community

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