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I have always had a dream about the ocean and everything beautiful in this world that most people take for granted. This dream was that I was living in a world like out of a cartoon where everything is perfect. I wrote this poem because of this dream, in hopes one day that it will come true.

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I really like your poem. it's awesome . really wish the world was like that

Sweet Harmony

Clouds and the baby blue sky,
Birds flying high,
Tides hitting the rocks,
Fishermen, fishing at the docks.

Leaves falling from the trees,
Wind knocking at your knees,
Crickets singing their song,
Church bells ringing, ding-dong, ding-dong.

Love is in the air,
Smiles are everywhere.
Life is a beautiful thing,
Sweet harmony, it will always bring.

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