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Decaffinated Dreams
by Jessica L.H. Stanfield

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Boiling, bubbling, brewing,
my mind is a stew.
All of the bits and pieces of thoughts
combine into a vision.
Simmering...
then sizzling...
the vision burns my brain.
I see many things.
I want many more.
The vision makes its way
to the heart of me.
The vision is me.
I eat it.
I sleep it.
I feel it so strongly.
In time,
the vision will materialize.
No longer a vision;
a fact, a way of life.
But for now,
the vision molds itself,
into what I have made it.
Its energy is overflowing;
reaching out,
encompassing even you.
And you just sit there,
watching football.



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Reviewed by Larry Skahill
ouch
love the twist at the end
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