Kaila George

Rookie - 502 Points (20 October 1962 / New Zealand)

A Better World of Dreams


She sat upon the ground

Holding her sanity within her hands

She clawed upon the ground of life

Remembering the pain and gore of life

She has been tempted to crumble

At the feet of hatred that follows within her dreams

She claws her way to freedom to a better land of dreams

In the dark asylum of death she as risen from its depth

She makes her way to freedom to radiate new light new hopes new dreams

The tendency to shy away from life's old mysteries

Often make her pull away from all it as to give

So with tender foot she makes her way

To a better world of dreams

And invites you all to join her

To make our dreams come real

And solve all its mysteries

To a better world of Dreams

© Copyright Kaila George 2012

Submitted: Thursday, November 29, 2012

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We try but at times we lose the plot...but we can keep on dreaming cant we.

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