Hawks, Eagles and Owls
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|BARN OWL FUSION: by Patagia; 2006/3/9, linked transformation and flying dreams
An owl flew at me, and I fused with it. The next thing I knew, I was a redtail hawk...
|BIRDMAN TEACHES "NO!": by Miriel as told to Wayan; 1985/7/11, a poem on flight/assertion training
In the canyon behind our home, a steel-clawed birdman taught my brother and me to fly. His method was weird: he told us to shout "NO!"...
|BLUE EAGLE: by Xanthe; 1989/10/6, a dream that said it wasn't for me
I met a great blue eagle waiting to get into a library--but not to hunt books...
|BLUE SKIES: by Georganna Malloff; 1980?, painting of a slightly predictive dream.
I dreamed of a bear playing a cello concert. The next day at a local concert I was surprised to see that the cellist...
|BOSCHTON BEINGS: by Wayan; 11x14" ink drawing, 1983/6/26, surreal nondream tribute to Bosch
This picture does not actually contain any authentic boston beans, just Hieronymus Boschton b...
|CLOTHO AND THE POOL OF DREAMS: by Jenny Badger Sultan; a 2015 painting weaving seven dreams (2014/5/4, 6/9, 7/1 & 9/4; 2015/5/23, 6/26 & 8/25)
A portrait of Clotho, the Greek Fate who spins our life-threads, by a pool woven of my dreams from this period...
|CRUISE: by "Michelle", 1990s; a recurrent predictive dream
I never go on cruise ships but I keep dreaming I'm on one and meet the same man, and marry him--or his brother...
|DREAMKU, APRIL 2007: by Roswila; various dates up to April 2007; 30 dream-poems--mostly haiku but some longer
Dream haiku laid out like a calendar. Roswila's favorite is the pirate, but mine is the were-salamander...
|EAGLE AND GEESE: by Penelope of Ithaka; c.1190 BC, a subliminal, self-interpreting dream
An eagle slaughtered my twenty geese. I wept until he spoke to me: "Take heart! These are thy suitors; I am thy husband..."
|EAGLES IN LOVE WITH A SWAN: by Thorstein Egilson; c. 982 AD, a twenty-year predictive dream
Before his daughter's even born, Thorstein dreams two eagles in love with a swan kill one another in rivalry over her...
CAUTION: PATRIARCHAL BARBARIANS
|EVASION: by Marie-Claude Girondé, summer 2008?, a dream painting.
One pays for soaring high with solitude of the soul...
|FALCON AND FÜHRER: by Miriel; 1985/7/31, an epic flying/transformation dream
A mysterious "Führer" hypnotized all my companions. So I become a human-sized falcon and hunt him...
|FALL AT THE RIGHT SIZE: by Wayan; 2018/7/14, a dream shape-poem on a fatal riddle solved by... indecision?
I fall off a tower, but I can change size. Tiny things land gently, but they also tempt the local falcons! Stay big and hit hard, or shrink & be devoured?
Of course there's another choice, but I didn't figure it out logically...
|FLIGHT, MARGARET, MOUSE, DOG: by Dave McKean based on Paul Nash's dreams (1895-9 plus Feb. 1913)
As a child, landscape artist Paul Nash dreamed of flying over the countryside of southern England. But he was threatened by a Black Dog...
|THE FLYING HART: by King Charles VI; c.1390, a flying dream.
King Charles loses a new hawk. But a winged deer lands, bows to him, and offers him a wild ride across France after his bird...
|GOLD EGG: by James Russell Lowell: 1850s? a dream-poem
I dreamt of a couple who toss out a shabby hen that lays golden eggs. She becomes an eagle and carries me off to...
|GRAMPA HAS SPOKEN: by Wayan; 1989/11/26, an oracular dream.
In a worldwide junkyard full of warring spooks, I finally meet the one whose message I need to hear...
|GYRLFALCON: by Wayan; 1971/11/26, an early dream of love and battle.
I'm a Gyrlfalcon in a theater, fighting the Wolverine and his Morlocks with my lover the Green Lion...
|HAWK AND CAT: by Wayan, 1981/6/2, a dream of ethics and terror.
My best friend is a cat. Problem is, I'm a rare hawk--a Cat-Eater. I never, ever would, but...
|HAWK ANGEL: by Wayan; 1982/12/28; a dream on rejecting hearsay.
I dreamed I met a sort of hawk angel, but there was this preachy guy between us...
|HAWK RIDGE: by Wayan; 1988; Primitivist (and primitive) nondream digital painting
Early wild and wobbly computer art, reveling in those lush luminous colors...
|I AM A BIRD by Nancy Price; 1948, a dream of another life... well, two.
I live as a small falcon, glad I'm no longer human. But when that life ends...
|LANDSCAPE FROM A DREAM: by Paul Nash; recurrent flying dreams 1895-9, painted summer 1937
As a child, Paul Nash dreamed of flying over the countryside of southern England. As an adult surrealist painter...
|LUCID FLIGHT: by Lisa Reich; March 2003, an ecstatic lucid dream of flight.
I flew as if part of the air--an otherworldly freedom so exquisite I wonder if it's attainable at all in earthly existence...
|OWL AND CHEESE: by Wayan; 1986/7/8, a dreamtale of a Shadow?
An alien woman makes a mess of our economy, ecology, world--but insists she wants to be my friend...
|OWL GUARDIAN: by Wayan; 1986/6/6, a short psychic dreamtale.
A mysterious guardian owl makes more sense after the next day's events...
|OWLOVERS: by Wayan; 1992, digital painting of vivid daydream.
This image bewilders me; my dreams mix sex with warmth, grief, even silliness, but what is THIS telling me?
CAUTION: WEIRD ORGY
|THE OWLS OF THE GATEKEEPER ON THE FOREST BRIDGE: by Brian Quinn; 2009/7/15, a shamanic opportunity lost
I'm pulling a cart in the woods. At a bridge over a canyon, owls urge me to climb down into the misty abyss, but...
|OWLYCAT: by Wayan; 1983/3/16, daydream of night being.
At the time I didn't even notice the pun...
|THE PEGASUS CHILD: by Wayan; 1982/4/4, a dream of family diversity and spiritual advice
Dad's human, Mom's an owl-lynx, the kid's a baby Pegasus... and I, W.C. Fields, fat cynical drunk, am the babysitter...
|POLTERGEIST: by Wayan; 1983/11/17, a comic surreal dream.
A living camera edits us all: the dappled hawk-man, the slutty candidate, the blue businessmen who give such bad advice when you pull the thorns from their feet. And my sweet sad hell-hound...
|REBEL OWL: by Wayan; 1971/10/9, a dream so mysterious it mystified its inhabitants
My city's invaded and occupied. I become a gigantic Owl and fight with impossible stamina. But in the end I'm dead, stuffed, on a museum wall. Can I let go NOW?
|SCALDED: by Wayan; 1993/7/3, a near-nightmare.
The feud between our magical families is getting ugly. Hawk-Head's dad throws boiling water on me, so I...
|SEA EAGLE: by Robert Moss, 20th century, a psychic dream
I dreamed a sea eagle I saw as a boy led me back to my native Australia, to a Dreaming place. Later a 'spirit man' of the Mununajali in Queensland led me to the exact place I'd seen in my dream...
|SPARROWHAWK: by "Anonymous #14"; before 1963, a tiny, vivid, precise, yet contextless predictive dream
I dreamt a sparrowhawk perched on my shoulder. Next morning a friend was given a stuffed sparrowhawk. He crept up and...
|SPIN, SPIN, FLY AGAIN: by Wayan; 2009/8/8, a flying-dream poem inspired by an unlikely Shakespearean source
Night. I'm scared of the men in the park--till I see they're all gay. I dance, and as darkness flares to dawn, remember how to fly--regain my falcon-wings...
|STEALTH: by Wayan; 1992/1/15; digital painting of political dream.
I dreamed the Stealth Bomber wasn't a machine, but a gigantic Owl-god. And Stealth was worshiped...
CAUTION: CREEPING PACIFISM
|SYBIL SUE FLANNERY: by Wayan, 1986/10/29, a dream noir.
I'm Sybil Sue, a hard-boiled shapeshifting shamus, on the track of the most wanted bankrobbers in LA: the Bad Girls...
CAUTION: IN BETWEEN GUNSHOTS, THE BAD GIRLS SWEAR
|TAWNY OWL by Nancy Price; April 1948, a dream of muses
On the road with a poet and a philosopher, I insist we rescue an owl. But we get lost, and the poet turns into...
|WOLF AND BURROWING OWL: by Wayan; 1999/12/5, a scientific fairytale dream.
A burrowing owl invites her friend the wolf over for tea. It sounds very Beatrix Potter, but...
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