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Jeremy Michael Willison

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A Daydream

in my imagination numerous colored smoke swirls around and makes beautiful patterns
in my imagination pictures and symbols shape my life
in my imagination my fantasies come true, where my life is greater than ever
in my imagination there is no guilt or sarrow, a place where nothing matters and there are no problems
in my imagination there are no people to hide from, no one to tell me what to do, and no one to make fun of me
in my imagination there is no real world and everything is how i want it to be
in my imagination pain is not a factor and tears dont fall
in my imagination its me and her living in peace
in my imagination together we are happy
in my imagination everything turns blurry
in the real world i come to realize i was daydreaming and now life sucks again

Submitted: Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Edited: Thursday, January 28, 2010

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