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Day Dreaming

Read by Jodi Egerton

Behind closed eyelids…

She is an astronaut

Walking on the moon,

Astonished by the lightness

Of her steps.

She is the lone survivor

Of a zombie apocalypse

Alone and scared, but determined.

She is from a time past,

A maid giggling in private

Over the horrid remarks of her lady

And refusing to let her fire

Be diminished.

She is herself,

Traipsing through the poem

And falling back into reality

Every time she wakes up.

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