Awaken

November 9, 2009
By nobody0617 PLATINUM, Aiken, South Carolina
nobody0617 PLATINUM, Aiken, South Carolina
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Favorite Quote:
"It's absolutely amazing the power of words. It can make you laugh. It can make you cry. It can change your view of the world or it can change the world's view of you." -Me


From fitful nightmarish sleep
I awaken
My eyes unclose
Upright I sit
A touch to my head
Wet strands of hair glued to my face
Fearful images still ring clear
Bedsheets tossed
Pillows thrown to the floor
All evidence of a bad dream
My eyes slowly turn upward
Light streams in through my window
Beautiful gleam shines on
Fears suddenly dissipate
Now that I see the light
A beam of sunlight
Only millimeters from the crystal
Waiting
Waiting
Waiting
Waiting for the light to strike
Light strikes
Colors fly
My room is filled with shine
There's no more to fear
For a new day has come



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on Dec. 2 2009 at 6:03 pm
TinyDancer BRONZE, Chadron, Nebraska
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Oh...I meant not to touch your story's hope and optimism, and taint it with the grimness of my world...and frankly I don't believe I did, or can, for that matter, alter one's desire for a clean slate. =)

Dutch said...
on Dec. 1 2009 at 5:02 pm
Dutch, Aiken, South Carolina
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I realy like this piece!!!!

I like the imagy through out!!

on Nov. 25 2009 at 7:29 pm
nobody0617 PLATINUM, Aiken, South Carolina
28 articles 7 photos 8 comments

Favorite Quote:
"It's absolutely amazing the power of words. It can make you laugh. It can make you cry. It can change your view of the world or it can change the world's view of you." -Me

Thank you, authoress #2. Though I do wonder why you tend you make stories as macabre as your fairy tales

on Nov. 25 2009 at 5:57 pm
TinyDancer BRONZE, Chadron, Nebraska
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sorry, I meant 'their'

on Nov. 25 2009 at 5:56 pm
TinyDancer BRONZE, Chadron, Nebraska
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Beautiful job Authoress #1...it's a shame that not everyone can leave the horrors from the corners of there minds to rot alone in the past...rather they lug their dusty fears and grudges everywhere, and as these nightmares rule their lives like cancer and gnaw at them like acid, they lose touch with life, and hope.




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