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Jaycee Wilkerson

Rookie (October 31,1985 / Philadelphia Pa.)

How to get daytime sleep


As the night disappeared
So did my tiredness
The darkness was traded
For the sunshine

I was thinking to my self
I know im gonna pay for this
In the long run

Staying up all night
Has been fun
But when its time to get up
My awakeness is gonna
Want to run

Its gonna be hard to sleep
Now because of the sun
And if I try to stay up all day
My body is gonna be done

No need to fight
I should just let this
Sleep process begin

Eyes closed
And arms folded
Will defintely have
Sleep granted

A dark room
comfortable bed
And cozzy room
Will defintely give you
The sleep that you need

Submitted: Tuesday, August 17, 2010

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