Caught In The Middle


Night falls and morning breaks.

I’m caught in between.

Usually in a stupor.

Unable to prevent either.

Is this a conundrum?

Or am I just in a slumber?


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28 thoughts on “Caught In The Middle

  1. That sounds like very good question.


  2. mewhoami says:

    Slumber or not, the morning always brings a new day with new possibilities, and that is something to rejoice over.


  3. I’ll go conundrum for $3000, Colleen! Now wait, slumber, make it slumber!


  4. Gibber says:

    I’ll let you know when I wake up..


  5. Do I have to answer that? Okay. The answer is s.l.u.m.b.e.r. I think. 🙄


  6. dogear6 says:

    Stupor for me. Although I’d much rather be getting a good night sleep but that doesn’t happen much anymore it seems.



  7. markbialczak says:

    I can’t get enough of that in-between time either, my dear buddy Colleen.


    • Sigh. 🙂 I’m finding it difficult to stop the falling or prevent the breaking. And I love witnessing both. I don’t want to give them up, or miss them, but I need to miss them, it’s a torment on what to do.


  8. niaaeryn says:

    I am going with slumber…but I do understand the conundrum. 🙂


  9. reocochran says:

    This is definitely ‘food for thought’ post that had me pondering. I would wish to see the morning break occasionally and the night fall is fine every day for me. I just wish you and many people our age could sleep for a solid period of time, Colleen.
    Slumber is such a delicious sounding version of sleep.
    Wonderful words which left me trying to figure which I would choose, indeed a conundrum.


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