My Dream

My Dream short poem

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I shut my eyes and watch a dream
My eyes sparkle like a beam
High and high I take a flight
How beautiful is the height!
Dashing wind passes by my side
Up and up like a cloud I go
Not a single eye I look below
The moon smile at me as I bow
The earth seems like a burrow
Catch my heart like so
My dream make me happy so
I shut my eyes and watch a dream

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