Kristine Michelle Brillo

Rookie (July 24,1983 / Philippines)

Dreams Come True Poem by Kristine Michelle Brillo

It's always been a dream to travel,
Wandering and strolling around the world,
To see the beauty of the magical cities,
And the mysterious stories in every corner of enchanted walls.

Perseverance and working hard is what I did,
Never giving up was not my option,
Pursuing to the best that I could,
Even if it will take time to succeed.

There will be a time when I was weak,
Looking up in the sky and questioning,
Why the stars are hard in reaching,
Can't it be just a snap or a simple click?

I was awaken in a stunning place,
Thinking if its is really existing or just an imagination,
Surprisingly I am in a wonderland,
That all I am seeing is purely genuine.

The pleasure that I felt was unexplainable,
It's like the world stops for a moment,
Amazed by those magnificent kingdoms I've seen,
It’s truly a dream come true!

Submitted: Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

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