Ashley Jackson

Rookie (December 10,1990 / Valdosta, Georgia)

My Vivid Future


As I walk down the road and think
I think about my adulthood in a good way
My future is going to be a blast, no it won't shrink

I am afraid I will lose my visualization if I blink
Or another thought and become dismay
As I walk down the road and think

As I draw this vivid picture with gray ink
I wait with great anticipation for that day
My future is going to be a blast, no it won't shrink

Oooops, my thought almost had shrink
I quietly ask my thought to lay
As I walk down the road and think

Just then my eyes tried to blink
Because they are waiting for my head to lay
My future is going to be a blast, no it won't shrink

Please don't go away for I still want to think
About the wonderful way
As I walk down the road and think
Of my future that will not shrink

Submitted: Friday, April 06, 2007
Edited: Friday, February 11, 2011

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