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Peaceful Dreams (2)

by Jennifer Campbell-Kletzli (Age: 27)
copyright 01-10-2003


Age Rating: 1 +
Peaceful Dreams (2)
Picture Credits: http://www.princessserenity.net


lay down and go to sleep
dream a peaceful dream
where not a single soul weeps
and only for fun you will scream

fly into a land of hope
a land of joy and fun
somewhere where no one will mope
a place where you can run

run into a land of magic
a land of fantasy and enchantment
somewhere were there wreaks no havoc
a land you can imagine

go into a park of love
a park with soft green grass
somewhere where you can see a dove
and the water is as clear as glass

walk into a room of light
a room of laughter and joy
a place where there isn't a fright
a place you will enjoy

go to a place with nothing bad
a place where you can run free
nowhere that will make you sad
a place where you can be

fall into a peaceful sleep
and dream a peaceful dream
where not a single person weeps
and only for joy, you will scream

The End






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        08-03-2010     Leigh Gilholm Fisher        

Such a pleasant poem! Peaceful sleep and happy dreams are such precious things. Innocence goes along with them, since it can be so difficult to fall into such a peaceful dreamland once you've reached a certain age and have too much on your mind. Nevertheless, there were some very good descriptions in this piece. Good work!


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        02-08-2003     Irina Guschina        

Thank you girl for your warm words for all of us. Like all children an adults wish to “fly into a land of hope”, “go into a park of love A park with soft green grass Somewhere where you can see a dove And the water is as clear as glass…”. My dream is into your poem. – Ira.



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