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Author: Poetic Ways
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I want you to close your eyes and allow your imagination to run free,
imagine your living your life the way you want as happy as can be,
Imagine everything you've ever wanted you've gotten no questions asked,
You've always been the hero and the champion never settling for last,
Imagine no tears no anger nothing but a constant smile on your face,
Not a worry in the world not an enemy in sight, in everyones good grace,
Imagine you are idolized by those around you, never being looked down upon,
The ultimate mind and heart the perfect one as some say with nothing wrong,
Imagine a life where pain doesn't exsist and theres no such thing as death,
A life where a smile is always present and gratefulness showed after every breath,
Imagine a life where tears are only cried with reasons coming from cheer,
And reaching for the stars is easy because dreams and wishes are always near,
Everything is perfect couldn't get much better your so thankful for this,
The greatest dream come true, you give thanks for living such an incredible wish,
Smile on your face, as you think about this breath-taking dream
Now open your eyes and see how far from it you are,and scream!

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