Chris Leermakers

Rookie - 295 Points (13/10/1974 / Melbourne, Australia)

Dream IF? Poem by Chris Leermakers


Right Up
Right, Up There
They're Dancing In The Air
Help, A Freak
It Wants To Speak
Well, Send It There
Healthy Like Before
We'll Try And Run All DayYeah, Now I'm Wanting More
And Maybe Want To Stay

Jump
And Look Ahead
Thump
I'll Walk Instead
Looking All Around, I See Them Now
Round And Round
Hey, Like Wow
Beaten, Have No Edge
But Follow Up So More
Here, Here's A Pledge
To Settle Up The Score
Thank You Sir, You Are An Ass
With Your Cool Fur
Asleep In The Grass

Sleep On The Grass
I Will And Will Indeed
Watch Out For The Snow
I'll Even Plant A Seed
And Hope That It Will Grow
Keep It Steady, Be Prepared
Are You Ready
I Am Shit Scared

Yeah, Feel It Go
Hey, I Want To Know
Are You There, Say Hello
Come On Now, I Want To Know
Selfish Aren't We, Don't Do It Again
Drifting Free, But Until When
How Long Will I Stay Here
Or When Will I Go
Is The Floating Deer Saying
Let's Go
Cows And Deers
What's The Diff
Both Have Tears
But Do Both Think If...
Do Both Dream If...
Yeah, Just Dream IF...

Submitted: Thursday, April 25, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
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