Treasure Island

Thousands Wonderful


I Hope It Just A Nightmare


I hope it just a nightmare
Everything I see are the same
Just black and so dark

I hope it just a nightmare
Everything I hear are the same
Just scary scream and sad cry

I hope it just a nightmare
When I open my eyes, everything is getting better
And I'll find myself on my bed

I close or open my eyes are the same
I covered my ears or not are the same
Everything is dark and scary
Nobody is beside me
I feel alone in this scary world

I hope it just a nightmare
When I open my eyes, I'll find a friend
When I open my ears, I'll find laughs
No more tears, scream, and loneliness

But my hope drowns in my deep heart

Submitted: Thursday, November 08, 2012

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It is a drawing of someone who doesn't have any friend. He feel this world is scary and really dark.

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