Dreamers Paradise

You are as much a dream
When the gentleness of a dream has not left
Where you'll only fall into green grasses,
And you'll forget about tomorrow's frights,
So as to remember today's sights.
Somewhere that only memories can go,
And warms my imagination.
And we all become dreammakers,
When we propose our goodbyes,
Suddenly the Shattering of a million memories
With nowhere to go.
It leaves those holes.
Of what once were empires of trees.
Of what once used to be a world of green grass.
Where the wind played so peacefully with her eyes.
And the sun shined so beautifully from her eyes
For those winds to show the way
For the world to show change
For that leave to land where it needs to dream next.
And, for him, to so peacefully land in her hair.
Gently next to the English daisy.
It's love, happiness, and peace that defines these memories.

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