Treasure Island

imogen brand

(earth / hospital)

my favourite place

As I fall in to a dreamless sleep. Things happen.
Sometimes I can explain
Other times not.

My favourite place is not what it seems
By to me it is ok
There is a store quit far away.
Every time I go there it is like heaven
The wonders in this store
Is beyond me.

This store drives my parents around the bend
Since I can never let it go
Such a great store!
Kids glory every where you look
Little kids, big kids are laughing in excitement
Grabbing whatever their little paws can touch.
The feeling is different to everyone
But to me I feel at home
My favourite place is a shop called the forbidden planet.
The store is my all round present.

My favourite place belongs to the heart.
Every thing I touch I squeal in delight.
Yes now I am at home! !
The feeling is here.

Submitted: Sunday, November 23, 2008

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