Upon A Nightmare

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Upon a nightmare, dream me of you:
The world a’ falling deep within the day
And a’ coming when it feels free:
Play Reality no role but without say.

Upon a nightmare, and so it may,
Life of ahead for you and me dreary;
Though peaceful now it stay—
When a’ change, no sight see clearly.

Upon a nightmare, and one très weary,
I do cry, for sake we must part
And though I hold on fiercely,
You never have held on from start.

Upon a nightmare, of a broken heart,
Fall, I to the bottom-less floor—
Swiftly down to I dart;
Smashing door damn after door—

Unless, of course, this be a dream,
I awake, and no sight be as have I seen.





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