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Vickie Burkett

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Dream's


Dreams! Everyone has them
And everyone dreams one.
You can’t say you don’t because everyone has them
Its part of live and humanity

We look inside ourselves and see what we want
This is what are dreams are based on
People always want what they can’t have

If we had everything we wanted
Then we wouldn’t have anything to dream about
We dream of life, love and greater ways of living

Every one dreams
You and me
Dream’s are there
You are the only one who can make the real and alive

Submitted: Wednesday, June 07, 2006
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