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of golden dreams & treats

Author: D-Ink
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a room designed for the fantastic lil beings called children. enjoy! :)

of golden dreams & treats

i've foreseen this vision loads of times, both consciously & the other. i, cloaked in robes of turquoise and green, surrounded by a mass of sweet delights, of pure chocolates, candies, lollies, sherbets, mini nougats and pitchers of iced strawberry tea, poised on the table.

glitters of every color imaginable spread lavishly on the floors, walls, ceilings and blinking soft purple and silver lights flashes bright, illuminating the room, giving it a psydelic feel.

a complete ensemble of mini tofu toys stacked neatly on polka dotted shelves, moving silently in a synchronised enormous display of illustrated books of every authors and kinds within reach with just a click of a hand.

apple scented perfume would be diffused at each hour, propelling both the mind and soul to a platform where peace and euphoria takes control. its a craving that fills you up leaving you wanting for more. thee room where golden dreams are kept alive, treats constantly befall on the feet and confusion and discontentment are never spoken of. for i alone, has the key and its secret keeper.

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