Destiny Kohler

(September.14th,1991 / Michigan)

This is what happens


What happens to a dream that's realized,
A dream that's realized is soon to bloom,
Bloomed high and wide,
What is this dream that has bloomed?
Its her fairy tale dream,
Its her voice,
The voice that will soon set her free,
Free, free from what?
Free from the life that she has been living in,
The voie that has set her free ha made her home life better,
The journey that gathered and will grow and be noticed,
Because of her faily tale dream.... her voice,
The voce i what has saved he, and now its bloomed,
Bloomed high and Wide,
And that iswhat happens to a dream that is realized!

By: Destiny Kohler

Submitted: Tuesday, November 23, 2010

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