A Wayward Dream


A Wayward Dream


Tonight I revisited the songs

We used to dance to

I thought about

The way our bodies

Touched and swayed

To the music

And for a few moments

We were suspended

In time


A time when we

Were in tune

With one another

About seven years

Packed with laughter

tears tender memories

Some were bad

But mostly good

Deep and true


A wayward dream

of eternal love

trapped between the past

And between the now

A love paralleled

Alive with contradiction

For my heart to

Achingly dream

A wayward dream

Written by: Theresa H Hall

December 29, 2016 @ 5:00 AM

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Enter The Dream

Heavenly City by Theresa H Hall

Enter The Dream by Theresa H Hall

Stare at my painting, half-way down, and allow your eyes to blur a bit (go out of focus). You must virtually shrink your body down to the size of 1/8″. When it happens you’ll fall into the scene. At once you’ll be able to see the dove and loving angels welcoming you into their city. Wander through the lush green grass. Let your fingers trail lightly on the tops of the flowers. Enter the dream and relax. Let everything go. Feel the connection and serenity.

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Joe Shops – I Snap & Bake – Cosmo Waits

Joe went to PetSmart for the babies. Thirty minutes ago, while he was showering, I snapped some studio shots of one of the songs we recorded and he is mixing, and then I baked brownies. Next, I put chicken and fish into the hot oven, while Cosmo paced back and forth … waiting.

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Sleepwalker Madness

"Inside The Dream"

“Inside The Dream”


A person who walks during their rest

Is one who travels roads of unknown

Territories with ghostly trails of wisp-like

Bodies that melt into the background

Fading with the memory of seconds

Remembered and then quickly lost


It is a sleepwalker madness that

Pushes the dreamer to run down

Dark narrow passages whilst

Avoiding the heavy footfalls of those

Who approach with intent to enter

Into their mind and speak


The despair of the dreamer who

Awakens from the thrashing and

 Pounding of their heart trying to

Free itself from the ribs which

Hold it prisoner keeping it safe

Sleepwalker madness deep within


by: Theresa H Hall

October 20, 2013 @ 1:44 p.m.

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Songs In 3/4 Time



The rhythmic timing

Matches the beats

Of my heart

At once awakened

From self-imposed slumber

Inwardly I sway 


Songs in 3/4 time


Eyes open or closed 

I waltz along

For the song

Takes me to 

Another place


Songs in 3/4 time


Always I’m forever 

Drawn to music

Written by others

Who understand

The magic of


Songs in 3/4 time


I love to dance

Imaginary waltzes

Spinning round and

Dipping down into 

Romantic liaisons

From my youth

Keeping time


Songs in 3/4 time


Written by: Theresa H Hall

September 2, 2013 @ 1:11 PM

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Yummy Fried Fish

Tuesday Lunch Pan-Fried BassI decided to prepare my fish by frying it instead of baking. I cleaned my fillets, cut them into smaller portions and dipped them into egg first. I then covered them with enhanced bread crumbs and fried them in fresh vegetable oil. It is best not to use oil to fry more than one session. This way there are no burnt or heavy oil flavors. The same with anything you fry, including vegetables. Flash-frozen fish is as close to fresh as you can get, and this bass fillet was in the freezer section (costing about $5.30) for two halves (head off). It equated to two full servings (lunch & dinner) for me and Joe. We found them to be juicy, delicious and quite filling. We added a fresh salad and slices of grapefruit.

Happy Birthday To Me! I hear I’m to get a lovely lemon meringue pie later, instead of cake. My request as it is my most favorite pie. HooRay!