Treasure Island

Sarah Pesta


Nightmares


A dream starts minutes to midnight
Covered with thick dark fog
Lightning from thunder clouds begins its horror
Into a once peaceful dream

Emerging rage descending from the heavens
Down into a dream that kept me asleep
A dream that kept me from waking up
And seeing my worst nightmare come true

As chaos continues to turn the air black
I can't breathe at all during the night
I can't wake up from this isolated dream
Instead I don't wake up at all

Submitted: Friday, January 18, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, January 22, 2008

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