Lessons in Bliss

December 8, 2011
By EscobarColumbo BRONZE, Johns Creek, Georgia
EscobarColumbo BRONZE, Johns Creek, Georgia
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I wake to the sound of monotony,
where next to me lies a cold gap.
I move without purpose in a purposeful world.
Where I go is of no importance, for I was lost long ago.
My existence is nearly that of an extra filling space.
Which is why I cannot understand why you have come to me.
You chose to stay, loving me the whole way.
I soon discovered you were there all along, just waiting for me to fall.
Then you caught me and pulled me up from ignorance,
into a world filled with bliss.

The author's comments:
Is it a dangerous thing to believe in the dream?

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