April 16, 2014

Free Elias Tobias Book Publishing Poster

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Free Elias Tobias Book Publishing Poster

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Here’s how to get a free autographed poster of Elias Tobias for the two books which , “Figments of My Reality” and “Five Aces” which were published last year.  Simply double click on the photo to get to the image, then right click once and go to the “save image as” link the  to download the poster.
“Figments” is an anthology of 145 poems, and the other a short story murder mystery. For complete information about these books and how to purchase them, click here, or you can go to the Amazon Author page with the link below.

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April 12, 2014

ArtBrushed Watercolors-Photo Puzzle 12

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ArtBrushed Watercolors-Photo Puzzle 12

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The warm air and rain in April brings the promise of spring expressed in patches of wildflowers, such as the Orange Lillies, or commonly called Tiger Lillies. This ArtBrushed photo is been transformed into a water color work. Click on the photo to get the entire photo, fit for framing. You might want to make a print of it, too. What is even better is that this picture is puzzle, and if you CLICK HERE, you can go to this puzzle.  You may want to make a print first so you can see the whole ArtBrushed photo before you start the puzzle.  See how long it takes to complete the puzzle. Then use the back arrows to come back to the World of Words by Elias Tobias site for more.  If you want to start at another photo puzzle, go to Artbrushed Photo Puzzles.  This is fun!

Did you know that Elias Tobias has published two books, and one is an anthology of 145 poems, and the other a short story murder mystery. For complete information about these books and how to purchase them, click here..

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April 3, 2014

Ghost Beach, Part 2

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Ghost Beach, Part 2

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Ghost Beach, Part 2

No report of the shower incident was made to the manager, and the family woke to a new day. Melissa peeked out from behind the curtain and saw that the parking lot, which had room for many vehicles, was still rather empty compared to another motel, similar in size across the street. Last night, on the way back to the Sea Breeze, she noticed the parking lot of the other place was full. “Who are you looking for?” asked Janie from under the covers.
“No one. Just looking around,” Melissa remarked. “I was just wondering why there aren’t many people here, since they have lots of rooms here.”
“Maybe they charge too much,” Janie suggested.
“Then Mom and Dad wouldn’t have come here!” Melissa stated. There must be another reason.”
The Cassidy family was up and about by nine o’clock and had breakfast at a nearby pancake house. They headed to the beach for a day of water, sun tan lotion and sand castles. Parking along the seawall was not a problem in the morning. The family set up camp with umbrella’s, chairs, coolers of drinks and food, and other needed supplies for the day. The crowds grew along the beach as the day progressed, and this gave Melissa, and girls like her, the chance to see many boys. She went walking alone briefly before lunch, with permission from her mother, of course.
Melissa, sporting a new bikini, gave a chance for people to see see her, as well. She had several young men checking her out as she toured the beach, but only for a few minutes did she feel the stare she felt while she was in the motel room alone. When she came across this different feeling, she became more aggressive in looking at the crowd. “Who is looking at me that way!” she wondered. Frustrated and tired, she stopped where she stood, found an open place, and sat down.
“Hello! Tired of walking around?’ asked a voice behind her. It was a dark, male voice and she had that same feeling she had felt a few minutes before. She started to turn around, but stopped. “Can you hear me, Melissa?”
She quickly turned around and saw a muscular boy, about 16 years old , with blond curly hair around a tanned face. “How did you know my name? Who are you? Have I seen you before?” she asked quickly.
He moved in front of her and kneeled near her feet. “So many questions, so fast. First, my name is Nathan. Yes, you have seen me before, and I found out your name the first day you came to Sea Breeze Motel,” the boy explained. “You have been looking for me all day. So here I am.” Melissa had no reply. “For a girl who talks a lot, you sure aren’t talking now,” he laughed slightly.
“I don’t understand. I don’t know what’s happening. I get this feeling when you look at me. It’s hard to explain,” she muttered.
“I know what you mean. About the feeling. I can feel you around, too,” Nathan said.
“How come I couldn’t see you through that motel window, if you could see me?” Melissa asked.
“That’s a secret, for now. I promise I will tell you. I really will,” Nathan declared.
“What about the TV and the shower burning my mom. Do you have something to do with it?” Melissa asked.
“Yes, but I can’t tell you now,” Nathan stated.
“I know. Later. You promise,” Melissa started.
“I do. I really do.” Nathan said.
“I like the way you said that,” smiled Melissa.
“Don’t get any quick ideas. I just want to have some fun at the beach today,” Nathan said. She offered up her arm as if it was his duty to pull her up. Nathan got up and guided Melissa to her feet.
She heard another voice beside her, an older man in a chair with a beer in his hand. “Who were you talking to, Missy? It looked like you were talking to yourself!”
“I was talking to Nathan, for your information!” she said as she turned her head and walked away with Nathan escorting her.
“Kids these days. They still are playing pretend, when she has a beach full of boys to choose from,” he complained as he drank another sip of the beer.
The couple walked down the beach as if no one saw them, and they talked a few minutes. “I’ve got to go now. Your Mom will be looking for you soon,” Nathan said.
He ran to a group of people coming towards them. “I’ll be back, I promise,” he finished as his voice faded with the sound of the surf and a loud radio nearby. She turned to see who had the loud radio. When she faced the front, he disappeared in the crowd.
Soon she heard a familiar giggle. Janie was putting the finishing touches on a sand castle project made in cooperation with her dad. “Just in time to help me with lunch,” her mom commented as she approached her family’s camp. “Did you find someone you liked?” she asked.
“Yeah,” Melissa responded.
“What’s his name?” her mom continued.
“Nathan. He has golden blond hair, a round face with a cute smile and just the right amount of muscles. He’s from around here,” Melissa resumed the inquest.
“How old is he?” her mom inquired.
“He said he’s 16. He also said I looked like a 14 or 15 year old!” she smiled
“Where is he?” her mom asked.
“He had to leave, all of a sudden. The closer he got to the family, the more he had to leave,” she explained.
“Then you won’t be seeing him again?” she asked as a question meant as a statement.
“Oh, I will. He promised he would be back,” Melissa declared. “Besides, he has some things to tell me.”
“Don’t always believe in those kind of promises,” her mom paused. “And what kind of things does he need to tell you?”
“I love you, too mom. So what do you want me to do for lunch,” she asked to change the subject. Melissa felt a tapping on her back. It was Janie pointing to her sand castle.
“Look what we did!” she pointed to a four-feet tall castle with corner towers and detailed windows. “Daddy helped a little bit,” she admitted.
“Yeah, a little bit. It looks nice, Janie. Real nice. Dad did a good job, too,” she smiled at her dad who was holding Michael. What did you say I needed to do for lunch, Mom?”
“Get the paper plates and the wicker paper plate holders from the basket, and then make sure everyone had something to drink,” her mom suggested.
“Okay, “ she obeyed and lunch on the beach was served. Pre-made sandwiches, chips, cookies, and sodas were on the menu. After their food settled, everyone, including Michael, got a feeling of the rushing waves upon them since the afternoon sun was heating up the sand and the air around them. By four o’clock, the Cassidy’s were ready to go back to the motel. All supplies were packed up and put in the trunk of the car. Towels were used to keep the sand and water from going all over the interior of the vehicle.
Melissa’s father accelerated the car after stopping at a red light when everything shifted to the right. The right side lowered instantly as a popping sound scared Michael to tears. A truck from the right lane sped up to avoid a collision and the vehicle can to a rest at a slight angle at the side of the busy road just a few hundred feet from the intersection. Melissa’s father immediately turned to the back seat.
“Everyone okay? he asked as he surveyed the expressions of relief from the passengers. He heard a siren approach, and it suddenly stopped near him. A police car pulled in front of their car, lights flashing. Her father rolled the left front window down.
“Everyone okay?” the officer asked as he looked around. He seemed pleased that there were no injuries. The girl’s moved up in the seat to get a look at the officer. They smiled.
“Yes, Thank God. That was close!” Melissa’s father reported. “I saw the whole thing. Looks like the right front tire popped,” the officer stated. “Do you need a tow truck? I can call for one.”
“That would be great,” Melissa’s father answered.
“I’ll call it in, and then stay here until it arrives,” the officer stated. The wrecker came and the car was towed to a Goodyear Tire store, where the tires were under a road hazard warranty. The tire was replaced and the car was like new a few hours later. By then, the family was hungry, and the spirit of adventure had faded for these explorers. The nearest Burger King was the answer to their hunger. It had been a long day and all they wanted to was rest. They drove back to the motel without any further incident.
“I found out why there all the cars are at the motel across the street,” Janie beamed as if she was telling a big secret. She was spread out on the bed in the room.
“Why, and how did you find this out, miss smarty pants?” asked Melissa, who was in a chair by a small table.
“Mom was talking to another lady next to us at the beach about the funny things that happened here at this motel. This other lady said something happened here. Someone died, and the mother put a curse on the place. The lady said the manager gets angry when anyone complains about these things. That’s why the lady said only people from out of town come here.” Janie reported.
“Who died?” Melissa asked.
“A teenager, a boy the lady said. There was an accident at the beach, and was saved,” Janie continued.
“Why did he die?” Melissa wondered.
“He had a re-something and got to a coma,” Janie started.
“A relapse?” Melissa asked.
“Yeah, that’s it. He died at the hospital.” Janie finished.
“So this place is cursed,” Melissa said slowly as she looked around the room. She stared strangely at Janie, who had her head propped up with her right arm, bent at the elbow while she lazed on the bed. Her feet were crossed. “Do you think the boy was in this room? Is his spirit possessed? Is he making all these strange things happening?”
“Don’t scare me like that, Melissa! Besides, the lady at the beach said the mother put the curse on the motel, not the boy. The lady said there was a problem with the phone. It didn’t work when she called for help when the boy had he re, re, relapse,” Janie remembered.
“Quick, check our phone, does it work?” asked Melissa. They both raced for the phone, and the device was silent. “Are we supposed to press a button to make it work?” she asked.
“Let me hear! You‘re scaring me,” Janie demanded as she grabbed the phone. She put it to her ear. “It works already. Don’t do that to me!” She put the phone back forcefully.
“I swear it didn’t work when I had it,” Melissa stated. “Besides, I hope you didn’t break the phone.”
“I’m going to tell mom that you’re scaring me,” Melissa cried in frustration. She started to get off the bed.
“You started it. You said this place was cursed, not me!” Melissa exclaimed. There was a silence, a sign of a truce. Let’s watch something on TV,okay?”
“Okay,” Janie agreed. They relaxed with the TV show, and their mom made sure they were ready for bed.
Melissa stretched out in her bed and remembered about Nathan, about the curse, the flat tire, the TV and shower incidents and the comment that the old man on the beach made when she was talking with Nathan. “Only Nathan can solve the mystery, and he did promise to see me again,” she thought before she went to sleep. Her eyes closed and put her arms against her chest, safe for the night, for the next few hours. She turned on her back and felt a familiar, but strange feeling. She kept her eyes closed, only to feel them open almost by force. She saw Nathan standing next to her bed, with his finger over his perched lips. He had a glow around him.
“Shhhhhh,” he sounded.
“Nathan!” she exclaimed.
“Meet me outside,” he said softly and dissolved away.
Melissa got out of bed, put a robe on which was hanging on a chair, and grabbed the room key, remembering what her dad had asked earlier. She opened the door into the warm, still air. She looked by the pool.
“Not by the pool. I don’t like water anymore,” Nathan recalled as he stood under a light in the parking lot. Melissa took small steps, being cautious. She stopped a few feet away from him. “I promised I’d be back.”
“I heard about the curse, and about an accident on the beach and…”
“People have nothing else to talk about do they,” smirked Nathan. I saw you sleeping, and I had to let you rest before I talked with you. You are so beautiful sleeping, so quiet. Almost like death.”
That word made Melissa shutter. “You were the boy that….”
“Technically I drowned, but I was revived. I was taken to the hospital and released. There was still more fluid in my lungs. They didn’t get it all,” Nathan explained.
“And the curse?” Melissa wondered.
“That’s not me. The flat tire, the TV, the shower problem. All small things that are related to the motel or people staying here. They aren’t meant to hurt anyone, just scare them away because my mother hates this place so much. The phone..” he went on.
“I know, it didn’t work.” Melissa finished.
“My mother blames the manager for my death since it took so long to get help here. She put the curse on these little things. Not me. I’m here to protect you and your family from these things. I have been with you and your family since you arrived.” Nathan explained.
“Why don’t you appear before the others. The old man at the beach thought I was talking to myself,” Melissa started.
“And your mom thinks you are talking to yourself now. She just looked out of the window,” Nathan paused. “ I… I appear before you for a special reason. I see many people and help them out, like I have with your family. Some, like you are different. I guess, those living on earth call it … love.”
She took a step forward as he stepped closer. He touched her shoulders with
his big strong hands. “I just had to tell you. I know that we..” he continued as she moved closer and she gently touched his lips with hers. The glow around him moved around her. Her arms moved to his back and they separated their heads only inches apart.
“I know that we can’t always be together. Is that what you were going to say?” Melissa asked. He smiled. “That doesn’t make this minute. Just hold me now.” They held each other for what seemed forever, but slowly they moved apart, with the glow still around her.
Nathan spread his arms wide away from his body and said, “I love you. I always will, Melissa,” and dissolved into the humid air.
“I love you, too,” she cried. Tears came from her eyes. She turned to the motel, arms by her side, and with the key in her hand, went back into her room.
The next morning at breakfast, her mother asked nothing of Melissa relating to the night’s events, and the rest of the vacation was incident free.

Read Part 1 of Ghost Beach.

See more short stories here.

Did you know that Elias Tobias has published two books, and one is an anthology of 145 poems, and the other a short story murder mystery. For complete information about these books and how to purchase them, click here.

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March 27, 2014

Ghost Beach, Part 1

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Ghost Beach, Part 1

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Ghost Beach, Part 1

For her dad, it was an opportunity to get away from his bread distribution route for a week and spend time with his family, but to Melissa, this vacation was a chance to meet her dream summer date. She had her ideas and her expectations, but she felt she stood a ghost of chance to be successful.
It wasn’t anything physically in her way. Her mom made sure her summer cut was just right and her bright hair shined in the sunlight. The twelve-year-old had a pretty oval face that lender itself to a nice smile, when she did laugh. Her ears tucked themselves under her brown hair. Of course, her glasses, although in style, were worn only at school or important events in her life. Her tall, fast legs secured her place on the middle school track team, and she was maturing well for her age. Basketball was her favorite activity and could outplay most in her grade.
Despite her outwardly appearance, things were not right inside. Boys either hated her because she beat them in sports, or girls picked on her in class for making such good grades, especially in math. She couldn’t satisfy everyone, and herself. She had heard making relationships last when she got to be 12 was going to be difficult, but she still couldn’t understand why. Also there were a few family problems. Her five-year-old sister, Janie, was becoming more of a responsibility than a sister, mostly because her parents were spending a lot of time with her baby brother, Michael, born last December.
She just wanted to be alone, and this was going to be difficult during a family vacation - a week in Galveston. Every year the family went to a different place in Texas from Livingston, and the beach was going to be their home, and their motel which Melissa thought had a wrong name. “How could a a motel named Sea Breeze be so far way from the beach?” she wondered since they past the beach on the way to the motel. She phrased her question differently to her mom. She leaned up to the passenger side of the front seat of the car and asked, “Mom, why are we going to the Sea Breeze Motel. Why not a fancy place, like they advertise on TV?”
“You know the answer to that already, Melissa. We save up all year for this trip, and hotel are expensive. Wait until you grow up and take your kids on vacation!” her mom replied.
“I can’t have kids until I meet somebody, and that seems impossible,” Melissa thought. She flopped back against the back seat and thought, “I am grown up. I take care of my sister, and I’m 12 years old. I’m not a baby like Michael!” A few more negative thoughts followed, but ended when their car stopped at the motel office entrance.
I’ll be right back with the key,” he dad remarked with a smile. He closed the
car door carefully, making sure no children were in the way. In a few minutes he returned with a key and a blue tag attached to the key. He sat down behind the steering wheel and held up the key, and said, “We have a downstairs room, near the pool!”
“Goodie!” Janie exclaimed. “I want to go swimming!”
“Let’s get to the room, first, silly,” explained Melissa. The returned expression from her sister was a dart that stung a first, but made her laugh anyway. Soon the Cassidy’s were settled in their two rooms. Mom and dad were in one room with Michael, and Melissa shared a room with dart girl. Janie wasted no time to check out the pool, and everyone except Melissa changed into swimming suits. The afternoon sun was building up their appetites, and her dad forgot how to drive, temporarily, as he closed his eyes for a nap. The time on the road seemed far away.
Melissa remained in her room and listened to music from a tape player. She likes music, in her own way. The curtains were open, a rule enforced by her mother. Her mother’s special vision had a way of seeing long distances. One side of the tape had finished when Melissa glanced up from the tape cassette in her hand. She looked at the window as if someone was staring at her, but there wasn’t anyone on the other side of the glass. She could feel the weight of an intense observation, almost as if she were being stalked. Just as quickly as she felt being checked out, the feeling went away. She continued listening to the second side of the tape.
Her eyes quickly opened when the TV in her room suddenly turned on, and the volume was loud to draw more than her mother’s glance. Melissa, still startled, quickly pulled her headphones around her neck, and hunted for the remote control. The red power button was easy to see, but failed to shut it off. She searched for the volume controls and pressed them frantically and repeatedly. Then it shut off as quickly as it turned on. By then her dad, awakened from his nap, was poking his head past the opened door. “Is everything all right, Honey? We heard the TV come on…”
“Everything’s fine, Dad. The TV came on by itself, but I shut it off,” she reassured him.
“Well, okay. Honey, why don’t you come out and join us. The sun will do you some good. Besides, we need to talk about where we’re going of supper,” her dad prodded.
“Okay, Okay,” she smiled teasingly at her dad.
“Don’t forget your key,” her dad warned.
“Okay, Okay!” she protested. Although they were the same words as before, they were said with a new and different meaning, one that betrayed her real feelings for her dad. She wanted to away from that room for a while. Around the pool, the family decided to go with the adventure theme and try a new restaurant that her mom discovered while getting ready for the trip. The members of the family got dressed for dinner and arrived at the establishment safely. It was a family restaurant with an old-fashioned feeling and decorations. Janie liked the dolls which were on sale in the country store near the restaurant entrance, but she got the “They’re too expensive” routine from Mom. During the meal and afterward, Melissa didn’t say anything about the stalking while she was in the motel room. With apprehension, she turned the key to their room upon the family’s return to the motel.
The mother had kissed the girls good night and prepared Michael for sleep, at least for the next few hours. It was her turn to relax with a hot shower. Melissa faintly heard the water run through the wall, but was awakened to hear her mom scream. She ran out of the shower red, not because of embarrassment, but because the hot water kept getting hotter, and the cold water knob, though turned, failed to deliver colder water. She pushed the water control into the wall, yet the scalding water continued to pour from the spout. Her father went into the shower and shut everything off. After making sure his wife was okay, he checked out the water controls and everything was working properly. Melissa’s mom was more upset than anything else, and did not require any more than application of sunburn cream over the newly-sensitized skin.
All this did alarm Melissa and she did get up to see what did make her mother scream. Still she didn’t say anything about what had happened to her, since the shower was working properly. She and the rest of her family got a well deserved good night’s sleep.

Read conclusion in part 2 of Ghost Beach.

See more short stories here.

Did you know that Elias Tobias has published two books, and one is an anthology of 145 poems, and the other a short story murder mystery. For complete information about these books and how to purchase them, click here.

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March 22, 2014

Box of Cards

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Box of Cards

I came across my box of old birthday
Holiday, and anniversary cards today,
And memories of these special days
Came back like they were yesterday.

I took a few moments to read some
Written messages there were to see.
These cards are a recorded history
Of all the love you have for me.

I stopped since I needed to go,
And the box was a distraction I know,
But the feelings I get from the cards show
I will always love you so.

Did you know that Elias Tobias has published two books, and one is an anthology of 145 poems, and the other a short story murder mystery. For complete information about these books and how to purchase them, click here.

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March 16, 2014

Knowing you

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Knowing you

I need you in the morning when your hair isn’t right.
I want you when we go for dinner and a movie at night.
I love you when we look up to see stars shining bright.
I’m glad we can disagree, but we don’t ever fight.
Your love makes me soar higher than a child’s kite.
I like to see your smile in the warm afternoon light.
I want you when I’m alone and you’re out of sight.
Knowing you love too makes me feel alright.

Did you know that Elias Tobias has published two books, and one is an anthology of 145 poems, and the other a short story murder mystery. For complete information about these books and how to purchase them, click here.

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March 10, 2014

Exit Only

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Exit Only

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Exit Only

What do you stand to gain as you
inflict so much pain? Can’t your
feelings be hurt? Does bad mean
to be the worst? Do you have the
power and will to pull the trigger
and kill? Can you justify my
death like you have all the rest?
Don’t you know it’s insanity
to point that thing at me?

Did you know that Elias Tobias has published two books, and one is an anthology of 145 poems, and the other a short story murder mystery. For complete information about these books and how to purchase them, click here.

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March 4, 2014

ArtBrushed Watercolors-Photo Puzzle 11

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ArtBrushed Watercolors-Photo Puzzle 11

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Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis provides shelter for a number of animals in the wooded area, including this young deer found near the road. This ArtBrushed photo is been transformed into a water color work. Click on the photo to get the entire photo, fit for framing. You might want to make a print of it, too. What is even better is that this picture is puzzle, and if you CLICK HERE, you can go to this puzzle.  You may want to make a print first so you can see the whole ArtBrushed photo before you start the puzzle.  See how long it takes to complete the puzzle. Then use the back arrows to come back to the World of Words by Elias Tobias site for more.  If you want to start another photo puzzle, go to Artbrushed Photo Puzzles.  This is fun!

Did you know that Elias Tobias has published two books, and one is an anthology of 145 poems, and the other a short story murder mystery. For complete information about these books and how to purchase them, click here..

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March 1, 2014

Passport

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Passport

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Passport 

Your passport to the past will always last,
And you can look back to see if
You were right or wrong, too short or too long,
or too weak or too strong.
A passport to the future will soon expire
Because today will soon be gone, and
Decisions made now will affect who
And what you will be tomorrow.

Did you know that Elias Tobias has published two books, and one is an anthology of 145 poems, and the other a short story murder mystery. For complete information about these books and how to purchase them, click here..

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February 20, 2014

The Bright Day Light

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The Bright Day Light

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The Bright Day Light

Even though it’s dark outside,
I feel a force pulling me inside
And when I close my eyes, I can still
See the bright day light.

I try to make up a good dream
But the more I try it only seems
Something’s gone wrong, and I know
My head’s not right.

I feel like I’m in a different place,
Transported to a world outside my space.
People are calling me to create a new reality
With my words and rhymes.

I wish I could make sense of all of this.
I need to rest for my morning’s work list.
And when I close my eyes, I can still
See the bright day light.

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