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Prisoner Of My Dreams
by Maria Reed-Shore
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  Sometimes it seems
I am a prisoner of my dreams
Castles in the air
Dancing in the wind
Hear the laughter of my love
Why do I stand alone to dream
Wandering lost in despair
In the land of broken dreams
Forsaken with tears in my eyes
Wishing for more
Then hellos, good-byes
What do I wish of dreams
Unattained miracles and moonbeams
Ah, I know it well
The pain that dwells within my heart
A lonely place called hell.
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September 02, 2001
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