Joseph Camarillo

Rookie (East Chicago IN.)

Dreams Aplenty, Dreams Galore


Dreams are dreams and nothing more,

But my dreams penetrate your very core,

If you dream of things like monsters and gore,

Then you'll dream of those things forever-more,

I wish my dreams were very real,

Then you will know just how I feel,

In my dreams I rule the world,

And my black sky has a perfect swirl,

If you you hurt me now,

Then your doomed in my dream,

Cause in my dreams I rule everything,

In my dreams I will even the score,

Cause I dream aplenty, and my dreams galore! !


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Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2008
Edited: Saturday, August 16, 2008

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