Kelly Lynn

We Will Go Where Our Minds Have Gone - Poem by Kelly Lynn

All that is important,
is that you stand near to me,
and we will go where our minds have gone;
there is life out there somewhere.
If I still had the imagination of a child,
I would imagine you there,
but I am no longer a child,
and I no longer pretend.
All that is important,
is that you stand near to me.
The more you stand next me,
the better it will be.
The closer you stand,
the more we can see.
We could consider tomorrow.
We could see the world more than what it is.
Stand near to me,
and something will change.
I won't have to pretend to pretend,
it will be real as real is.
All that is important
is that you stand near to me,
before you have gone.
Stand next to me,
before you disappear.
I know it is over,
I probably will never see you again.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 22, 2011

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