A Day Dreamer
Ever since I can remember, I've been
a day dreamer. I'd constantly think
about places I longed to see. It would
lift my spirits, when needed. Alleviate
frustrations welled up, inside of me.
Being a day dreamer, has merits.
Where else, can you see all the
wonders of the world, so vivid in your
mind. Enabling you to be at any place,
at any time. When you day dream, you
can escape into your own little world,
especially, when the going gets rough.
It can be an instant gratification, when
you've had enough. No harm has ever
been done, by being a day dreamer.
It's quite beneficial in many ways. As
far as I can see, I'll probably be a day
dreamer, for the rest of my days!
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