Mathew Cruz

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Dreams of Darkness

My eyes goes heavy,
find soft spots,
I get more sleepy,
think must not,
I must not sleep.

Bed is found,
must not think,
What to think?
Eyes gets heavy,
I must not sleep.

Appear in the ally,
tears out of sky.
the Darkness surrounded me,
as evil drops by.
I must not fear,
from the heartless.

Enemies in assembly.
In the mid-ally,
The girl appeared to weep,
as frightened then she is.
My eyes inflamed,
I must fight
for her.

Heart comes friendly,
she looks lovely,
her smile broads freely,
took my hand quickly,
and held her tightly.
I must save her.

Enemies approches closer.
my fear got stronger,
fleed out of horror,
as I protected her.
I must face,
these enemies.

As I saw the Cliff,
I approach at the end.
evil pursuit quickly,
as I jump down bravely.
I must save her,
as I can.

Air blows upwards.
The fall was deep,
I decide to take the fall.
As I held her on top of me,
I must die for her.

As my eyes's closed,
waiting for my death.
Feeling her fear,
feeling her love.
At the end of the fall,
my eyes opens in daylight,
I start to realize,
it was just,
a dream.

Submitted: Monday, January 15, 2007
Edited: Saturday, December 25, 2010
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