Jennie Chester

Rookie (05/05/1990 / England, West Midlands)

Day Dream Versus Nightmare - Poem by Jennie Chester

I sit there in a room so frosty and unwelcoming.
My thoughts seem to take over me
As I daydream.
Suddenly I’m in a trance that is inescapable.

But I want to escape.
I need to escape.
I HAVE to escape.

Thinking of all the hate that surrounds me
In this cold, and unloving world.
One would think it merely unattainable to actually possess a passion so pure, and so caring -
That is love.

Where is the love?

My thoughts become a whirlwind in my head
And the hate that is around me also begins to spire out of control.

Where is the love?
It’s here; people just choose to close their eyes to it.

Let’s stop this nightmare.

Let your love shine through, from you soul,
Into the souls of others.
What’s stopping us?
Melt the frost that is abhorrence
And burn a flame of love – to shine.

Comments about Day Dream Versus Nightmare by Jennie Chester

  • (2/12/2006 3:22:00 PM)

    Aww jenna its gorgeous, and its really good advice for life aswel! we really should let our love shine through, but sometimes something holds us back...fear of getting rejected, fear of looking stupid....but we should always strive to love, cuz if theres no love in this world then whats the point? ! love u mate xxx (Report) Reply

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  • (12/22/2005 12:30:00 PM)

    Ooooh i like this one!

    It had the power to melt my heart Jennie, i think it's really well written: -D
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, December 22, 2005

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