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Million Dreams

By Dee Kay

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A million dreams lurked in his eyes,

A damage heart hurt by billion lies.

A normal childhood and a bright teenage,

Struggle became a friend as he aged.

The long list of friends seemed never ending,

Few were left as their loyalty started descending.

He stayed quite as they left him alone,

He played his part even when the dead friendship was prolonged.

A million thoughts wanders his mind,

A billion people confuse his kind.

A writer was born out of his pain,

The words pour down on the paper like rain.

He kept scribbling until he found himself again,

That love loss was temporary but love for self was what he gain.

He helped others to find the right path of light,

He was the unsung hero in their fights.

A million dreams illuminating his journey to be someone,

A billion more awaits in the years to come.

By Dee Kay

 


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5 replies »

  1. To all the writers in the world! This is amazing. You guys haven’t been posting for a long time!
    P.S. I think there is typo. I have a feeling the smartness of our devices made quiet quite! 🙂

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