Lucky Musiclover

(10-13-1998)

Just A Dream


There were mountains in view
Beautiful valley with a waterfall.
Roses, lilies, daisies, tulips, and many more amazing flowers that i had never seen before.
Then there was a person
Standing still at the edge and the top of the mountain watching the view,
taking notice of all the amazing scenery.
As she got closer, almost close enough to touch his back.
Then he suddenly turned around,
All she ever noticed was his eyes which she was mesmerized with,
they were hazel with dark brown hue.
Just staring in those eyes and never noticing all of the other features,
Just staring those eyes
The eyes that were full of joy of finally being in paradise,
She kept staring, couldn't take her eyes of his eye that somehow also full of sorrow as if he had just been hurt really badly.
As the boy went closer to her and stared back...
Her vision blurred and as she woke up only remembering those eyes she got lost in and they eyes that reflected her own...
Being in paradise and never noticing his face or who he was.
Then realizing it was just a dream but hopefully, maybe it could be reality in the future she might find him and knowing it was just a dream.
JUST A DAMN DREAM! ! !

Submitted: Saturday, September 21, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 23, 2013

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