Life Anew


I dine and feast with 900 lb lions.
They thank me for my time.
I run through fields of lapis colored
Flowers beneath a goldenrod sky.

I plant exotic fruit trees atop mountains.
In three days they bear their fruits.
I swim with dolphins and orcas
In oceans of mystical green and blue.

I bathe and wash my hair in platinum
And pure, ground pearls from the sea.
I wade waist deep in amethyst waters
While time stands still for me.

Hoot owls whisper in my ear
Revealing the secrets of the earth.
I utilize this knowledge to heal
Whenever the need may occur.

My eyes are made of rare rubies
Alit by the glow of a super moon.
I awake to find that they are all gone
And life begins anew.

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