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    dots Submission Name: Sandmandots
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    Author: BlazeFlamme
    ASL Info:    22/m/TX
    Elite Ratio:    1.81 - 23/160/138
    Words: 151
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
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    dotsSandmandots
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    Have you ever awoken from a dream
    And noticed how fast
    Your mood has changed
    Once you've realized you were asleep?
    Sometimes makes me wonder
    If comas are really so bad...

    I've always been enticed by dreams
    Longing for worlds with strange physics
    From deep vaults within my imagination

    Others often fear their worst nightmares
    But I crave those dreams the most
    The overwhelming relief when woken
    Is worth waking in a cold sweat

    But I suppose half stoically
    A part of me wants the best of dreams
    Even if reality reminds us
    Of forever lost times
    And words can not describe
    The helplessness and pain to follow

    But I suppose, I sometimes wonder
    If these dreams are from a longing
    Or if they're a sign of a way out
    Was this at the end of a crossroad
    Or just what I want to see there?




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