Piercing The Sky, A Book of My Poems
Author: Neil Evans

Chapter 64
Daydreams

As I sat in physical science class, I kept having horrific daydreams, and even more, I had a want to be with the person I love. So... WRITTEN IN A NOTEBOOK, WRITTEN IN SCHOOL  Monday, August 23, 2010

 

DAYDREAMS

 

The sand glides through the hourglass

Being judged every minute, laughed at

Slowly my head nods, I dream

 

Blood and gore everywhere, it's kinda funny

Knife, gun, and dagger

We dismember you, watch the pain

Squeeze through your eyes

 

Do they know what I dream?

Can they hear the cries and screams?

As I think this, the bell wails

Time to run, time to dream again

 

This time I dream of Beauty and I

Together, hands interwoven we make each other scream

We cry and laugh at one another

I hope this daydream lasts

 

Another bell

Another class

Another dream

All day, every day

 

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