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My Best Nightmare

written by: Lana Wesley



My best nightmare - you in my dream rise
And you don't seem surprised
Never turn back but come to me
Touch my hand and I agree

You talk to me not haughtily
You speak free and I can see
You're smiling, you're not mad
Being with me you do not regret

Where we were walking opposite directions
We are going now with one connection
Doesn't matter how this walk is long
You want to be there, to me belong

Why do I call it nightmare then?
Because I will have to wake up again
Why do I call it best?
Because you're missing in all the rest

Lana Wesley

Lana Wesley

Writer, poet, PhD student
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