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World Change's At Sleep

The night was lit in fire
the day was socked, in milk
the sun was, splendour in yelow

Te roof of earth, was licking
million's of star's, were falling
when you were, at sleep.

Than dust cloud's, hurricane's
blew the sea, out of bed
an rainbow pipe, sucked it.

Than burped it, in your face
world change's, took place
at the time, you were at sleep.


Submitted: Monday, January 27, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 28, 2014

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Extremely deep a venture into the realm of dreams
Alexander CoppedgeNEW428 days agoThe author contrast of night as light shocked me. Night is darkness and day is light. Nice expressions such as socked in milk. Its like a prophecy. The melting of the pole as licking. Change from the acknowledge known with the stars falling. He states its our fault. We didn't consider. He predicts storms drawing the water from the sea. These storms coming to surprise you while you slept (not knowing) .. Comment +1

November 26.2012*
Ludovik CelajNEW428 days agoat________1: 01AMComment +1

Curious and funny.

Wallace LaBenneNEW428 days ago.Comment 0


Wendy WoodwardNEW428 days agofunnyComment 0

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