Only in Our Dreams

Only in our dreams
Pixie dusted fairies’ kiss
Sweet lullabies sung

Is it?


Each week Keith at Carry On Tuesday publishes either a famous quotation or a line from a book, song or poem and invites you to Carry On where words stop.  You may use some of the words or all of them either at the start of your piece or within the body of your work.

Carry On Tuesday # 158

 “This week I’m using the opening words of Brian De Palmer’s 2002 movie Femme Fetale as our prompt.  Enjoy!”:

“Only in our dreams”

Use the words in their literal or metaphorical sense at the start or within your piece”

Image Credit

© by rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011 – 2012


About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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13 Responses to Only in Our Dreams

  1. rebecca says:

    thank you for your lovely visit to recuerda mi corazon and for believing in dreams!


  2. Mary says:

    Enjoyed this greatly.


  3. Love me some magic!! Thank you, Becca!!


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  5. Maharukh says:

    of course not in reality, never in dreams does this leave us…


  6. siggiofmaine says:

    I like this a lot…still having a brain sprain on the prompt, myself.
    Clever use of prompt.
    Siggi in Downeast Maine


  7. phylor says:

    I agree you and with granbee. There is nothing like pixie dust to warm our dreams, give us direction, give us hope.
    Thanks so much for sharing!


  8. granbee says:

    As I said on your Facebook page on this posted link, “Thank goodness for daydreams”. We can carry those little winged ones with us in our heads to sprinkle some brightness into various moments throughout the day!


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