Author: Annabelle4.0 PM
A poem about mythical characters dreaming.Rated: Fiction K - English - Fantasy - Words: 279 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 1 - Published: 01-17-13 - Status: Complete - id: 3092968
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Leprechauns dream of their gold.
Elves dream of repairing shoes and mischief.
Belle dreams of her one and only Beast.
Children dram about their favorite bedtime stories, not knowing they are the myths and legends of many.
Bluebeard dreams of the lady next door, Sara, and his dead wives in the basement.
Jack dreams of the golden goose he wants to steal from the giants above.
Princess "Cabbage-stalk" dreams of restoring her accursed broken leg and former beauty.
Werewolves dream about successful hunts and little girls wearing red.
Jakob and Wilhem Grimm dream about gathering more stories to share.
Sharazad dreams of stories that will save her life.
Mohammad dreams of meeting the other prophets.
Rāma dreams of the wife he originally thought unfaithful.
Siddhartha dreams about the four signs of life he saw.
Guan Yin dreams about helping others cross to heaven and earning the same enlighten status as her.
Chang-e dreams of her night duties to come; how she became the goddess living on the moon.
Helios dreams of his daily ride and his foolish son.
Sirens dream about the sailors they will lure from ships and devour.
King Lycaon dreams of the son he sacrificed to Zeus and his penalty of ruling over wolves instead of humans.
Poseidon dreams of thousands of ways to bug and outsmart his niece, Athena.
Coyote dreams of his adventures of Opossum.
Inanna dreams of her over, Lord Tammuz.
Isis dreams of making her son, Horus, king instead of Ra.
Set dreams of taking over Egypt.
Seshat dreams of more equations and her masculine counterpart, Thoth.
Even creatures, heroes, people, and gods of many cultural myths dream of something.