brittany dumbleton


Lifes Paradise.


The wind in my hair,
The sand in my toes.
The water against my body,
as the waves start to show.

Not a care in the world,
I feel so free.
Like nothing is wrong,
I can just be me.

My troubles disappear,
and the wrongs turn right.
I forget my enemies,
because theres no one in sight.

As the waves start to settle,
reality comes back,
That this feeling of freedom,
is something I lack.

My paradise,
Its just a dream.
It felt so real,
or so it seems..

Submitted: Tuesday, March 16, 2010
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