I live deep inside my dreamy head

Where fantasy is real and reality is dead

And I’ve forgotten all the tears I’ve shed

From all the evil things he’s said


A place only I know could exist

Where words hit hard like a steel fist

Where he and I never kissed

And my love in no way goes dismissed


A beautiful world where I can be weird

Where all hate has disappeared

And my true wildness isn’t feared

My pure self can’t be interfered


An imaginary life of happy lies

With hidden truths in a sweet disguise

Where something forms from the simplest of hi’s

And a man finds his answers in my eyes


When stars flicker just for us and nights never have to end

Is it really so wrong for me to pretend?

20 thoughts on “Daydreamer

  1. The contrast between imaging some place and the fairy tale of it is truly perplexing. It makes me want to find out more about this place. As every line chips away at that place it starts to embody the it’s title. By the end I feel like I have awoken with the subject in a daze of trying to remember and find that place again. Well done!

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    • Thank you for sharing such deep insight. I’m so glad you enjoyed reading my poetry.

      And I know what you mean, even I felt it wasn’t quite finished after reading it several times. As if I wanted to learn more about what was going on in my own head.


      • Yes, I feel the same way when I read another poet’s words that just captures my full attention and drives me to think in a whole new way, to see things differently. It always inspires me to use my own words and shape my thoughts to grow with my mind. I’ll be reading more of your posts as well, fellow poet!


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