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The Word, Soporific

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Just look and listen to this.

Soporific sounded scientific and yet soothing.

“Sopo-” is the prefix meaning of “sleep” in Latin. And so does the meaning of soporific, “to induce sleepiness or drowsiness”. From the Oxford Dictionary, it is also a noun for a drug or agent of sleep like a sedative.

Although one word alone doesn’t make you drowsy, there are other things to make you sleep. It might be the many lyrics of a mother’s lullaby, maybe the echos that the wind carries as an offering of nature, or just the visiting silence of the night.

The sense of sound that travels into your ears and then into your mind. The sounding wonder. It eases the brains to rest.The soft whispers that personally invites you like angels. The gentle effect of sleep could be magical that causes natural hypnotherapy.

Just open yourself to all the noises attentively. You don’t have to sleep but listen. You might hear what you like from something familiar to the out-worldly.

Carefully be aware. Find the sound before it did find you.

Because, you will drift and then dream the lucid fantasies.

Doesn’t this sound soporific?

Author: Igniza

Just a freelanced and anonymous female writer with an oddity of interests and of such to write about.

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