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This poem is about a place no one else can get to but you.

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Hey this poem got to me when i read it. I think this could relate to trying to get a girl/boy to get into your life. It descirbes something that not many people write about and says so much.


Somewhere in my mind,
there is a tiny place that you will never find,
There are leaping unicorns with diamond eyes,
Prancing frogs and murderous spies,
There is candy on trees, elms and thorns,
But in the secret place you'll never find them all.

I have rode on those unicorns,
I have danced till dawn,
I have killed certain people you never knew before,

You'll never find that place up there hiding in my mind,
but I'm sure you have your own out there,
in it all the time.

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