May 22, 2012 by WITS Editor

Bunte Leichtigkeit

Bunte Leichtigkeit (Photo credit: Ela2007)

Someone is trying to explain and spread feelings out.

Red, blue, angry.

Black, red, happy.

Red, pink.

I see my dreams every time I wake up.

The sketches are still there in the morning.

They remind me of somebody I know.

It seems as if it was all real and golden.

Is it so?

It must be something haunting me from the past.

By Allenique, 3rd grade


One thought on “Dreams

  1. Leslie Richardson says:

    Awesome poem. I can relate.

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