I am wide awake
But then I can hear
Know you are in the right
To a great extent Dreamworld is related to my experiences in the Holocaust. The stories in my book are based on the night- mares I had for many years after my return from the German concentration camps. As time went on my nightmares subsided.
But during the night of June 17, 1981 I had a strange dream with all kinds of characters, dialogues and action. In other words, it encompassed a whole story.
At some point in my dream the shadows of the Holocaust moved into my dream- land in different forms, intertwining with the story of my dream, thus creating units of fiction and reality.
I put down my pen and went back to sleep, hoping that maybe I would meet the spirit of Robert Frost again in a dream so that I could share my poems with him. It didn't happen on that day, but I knew in my heart that we would meet again soon ... perhaps in my next dream.
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