Dreams - Poem by Nick Kler
We know how to let go
And to yell out ruthlessly
Where our mind comes
before our heart
Where sex out of a wedlock
Is never considered 'promiscuous'
Even if it is for a night
It is the Only place
Your partner is so accepting
Or they never find out
It is going on in your own living room
A Place where everyone knows your real thoughts
But you are always dogging demons and ghosts
And come out alive, every time!
A place called 'Dreamland'
It runs parallel to our life
You can never run faster than anyone
But they are never able to
catch up to you
No one can ever kill or hurt ya
After all, It is your dream
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