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    dots Submission Name: Waking Dreamsdots

    Author: CaiZutto
    ASL Info:    27/M/OR
    Elite Ratio:    3.78 - 8/14/13
    Words: 190
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
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       The ups and downs of a person daydreaming. Or, as in this case, doing so at night.

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    dotsWaking Dreamsdots

    In the cold hours of the night I sit and gaze beyond wonder.
    I gaze into a place where doubt is not welcome, but yet it haunts.
    I gaze into an ocean where memory and fantasy entwine, blurring reality.
    I gaze into a realm of piercing darkness, where shadows become the light.
    I gaze into a region of perfect sanity, while psychosis waits for its prey.
    I gaze into a sanctuary of order, built over unyielding chaos.
    I gaze into a land where joy is plentiful, but fear is a daily surprise.

    I gaze into a temple dedicated to time, where it may be altered at will.
    I gaze into a valley where melodies linger, evoking lost emotions.
    I gaze into a prison of desire, with love posing as its mask.

    I gaze into the broken visage of a rock, worn away by the wind and waves.

    In the cold hours of the night I sit and gaze into the waking dreams that fill my head.

    These dreams are chosen, not fed from the unconscious.

    They can be my cloud nine, yet also my nightmare.

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