Paul Elenora

(3rd March)

Aye! A Dream


I shivered profusely
As the two hefty looking
Men
Looked at me with fury
I wished I was DEAD

I fixed my Gaze continuously
At the light bulb
Hanging by the
Old wooden ceiling
And silently said my PRAYERS

Craach! ! !
They have a gun O_O
I shivered
As they walked closer
Then I tried runing away
But it seems
I was stuck there FOREVER

GOD help me! ! !
I silently said
As I shot my eyes
awaiting my persecutors
I hoped
For a MIRACLE.

LENNY! ! !
I shivered as I opened my eyes.
Sheepishly she stared at me
As she stood by the bedside
Its time to wake up she said.
Aha! It was just a DREAM

Submitted: Thursday, November 07, 2013
Edited: Friday, November 08, 2013

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