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The Dreamers' Web



The dreamers' web is a large, great network of dreams
Dreams of the future, past, and present
Dreams of young and old and of thoughts and actions
Although they come through, wish are like the flys of the dreamers' web
Getting caught and swallowed deep withins
Wishes can never make it through
Actions of a dream make to the networking of the dreamers' web
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Submitted on May 02, 2011

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