Jean Pullman

(12-8-92 / willimantic)

Dreams


I've dreamed many dreams

I've screamed many screams

Theres been so many times

when tears kept running from my eyes

but I still go on and live my life

I never stop doing my best

I will never take a rest

Like me or don't

It's what you want

Look at all the stuff i achieved

I did it all because i believed

So don't let anyone tell you dreams don't come true

Look at me yesterday i was just like you

Submitted: Monday, May 26, 2008

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  • Jenna Krepcio (1/27/2010 9:02:00 AM)

    hey i just wanted to say that i really like this poem, you are very dedicated i can see and you are really going to go somewhere in life i love you girl (Report) Reply

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