There comes a time in the year when the mornings become a special treat for the day; when you crave for more sleep in its sweetness. The coolness of the weather and the ambient morning breeze accompanied by tweeting whispers of the
calling birds further reinforces the tenderness of the pillow on which your head lay.
Oh my dear
How sweet are your convincing whispers
I, why hesitate, will never miss the ball
Especially now that I am the host, with men
More wine please, I will alter
And I will never leave until its none
Oh my dear
We will both go to the hinter
Never minding when the spell is worn
As long as I know it's not a well
But always praying it be far yonder
My dear, indeed you are my sleep
You know, sleep can be sweet on such days. In those lazy cold mornings, you just want to sleep away and you whisper "just a little more sleep".
It's Quite Normal
Anyone that says he or she has not experienced a few bouts of this depiction is nowhere close to the truth. There are times when you truly want to have some more sleep especially when your body still feels tired and the weather is just appropriate. Other times you want to compensate for the long hours at work the previous day. It's indeed normal to have had such days.
Any Need to Fight Sleep?
Bearing in mind that every condition that favours the sleep is right, including your feeling of laxity and heaviness at the moment, will it be appropriate to fight the sleep back?
Well, you know that you have to go to work and today is a new day different from yesterday and you are aware that it is just the initial step towards full-blown wastage that you're on currently. Therefore, I see a need to fight the sleep and get up on your feet.
Is It Possible to Overcome the Sleep?
Are you seriously asking me? What if I make the alarm that the building is on fire, would you continue sleeping? Before every man is the ability to decide what he should do. No matter how sleepy you may be at that moment, so far as you are well, without any feeling of illness,
I wouldn't want to tell you the aftermath, but you know the guilt that follows when you fall for you should enter the struggle to set your self free from the persuasions of sleep because it is very possible.
The Usual Consequences
At the end of the sustained sleep episode, the usual outcome is a mixture of self-guilt, regret and anxiety for meeting up with targets. These includes:
- A realisation that there is so much to do.
- Guilt for not being able to overcome the sleep.
- Serious queries at work or school over absence, or non-punctuality.
- Extended sleeping hours greater than the little you planned for.