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Dreams

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Flashing fragments of a person's mind 

Wishes that should have been 

Actions that never should have 

People places and things that are strange

Yet they all seem familiar 

For your dreams know no bounds 

They are a part of you and you them

There is no escape from your dreams 

Only an end

An end that you can choose

If you remember 

You are the ruler of your destiny 

A destiny in which all things are possible if you try hard enough to believe in yourself 

 

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Cyndee

Nice words, to believe in yourself.

You do create your own reality

Hugs

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BlindWillow

A bold poem and a welcome reminder to take charge of the "starship" of one's reality. Of course, it helps when we believe in each other, too. :)

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