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vincent armone

(1/24/70 / Brooklyn)

dreaming a dream


Dreaming of a dream
A dream were skies are blue oceans are clear and life scared
Dreaming of dream
were a dream of peace and love rule and hate is a myth
Dreaming of a dream
having food for all, and all not thirst
Dreaming of a dream

Dreaming of a dream
were skin color is just that, us all just one
Dreaming a dream
no pain, war the only true crime
Dreaming a dream
were the rich give, and the poor have a chance
Dreaming a dream

Dreaming a dream
were we can look on a future of happiness'
Dreaming a dream
were the children are the future
Dream a dream
were lives are fullfilled, and getting old is not a bad thing
Dreaming a dream

World wonderess, happy, clean, perfect

Dreaming a dream

Submitted: Monday, April 13, 2009

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  • Cassandra Lewis (3/1/2010 7:49:00 AM)

    Hi. Can I use your poem in a piece of artwork? your name will be cited and It's not for commercial purposes or anything (Report) Reply

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