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LABYRINTH

By Daydreamer

I began a journey
not knowing what I was searching for.
I aimlessly traveled the labyrinth
trying out any door.
There are so many paths to follow,
so many things to see.
I drifted through the maze
until I found a golden key.
On a scroll beside the key was this clue:
hiding behind the center door is the true image of you;
There are still many things you need to know.
Travel these paths and learn as you go.
You may find yourself returning to places you've been.
Don't be discouraged and maybe you will win.
Consider carefully the path you will take.
There are many dangers and you don't want to make a mistake.
I didn't want life to be that black and white.
I threw down the key and wandered all night.
I grew very weary and began to weep.
I finally fell into a fitful sleep.
The answer came to me in a dream.
Things don't have to be as they seem.
I shouldn't be confined behind this stone wall.
I should be free to experience it all.
I don't want my choices to be left or right.
I want them to be limitless and for that I will fight.
This is my feeling. I will not bend.
Enclosed in these walls are too many dead ends.
I awoke as my dream began to fade
I slowly opened my eyes.
The walls before me I must have made
Through expectations and disguise.
I won't live like this any more, I said,
as I realized my dream.
And the walls before me fell as if dead,
They weren't as sturdy as they seemed
The open meadow before me
was an incredible sight to see,
The walls were down and I was free.
Free to just be me.

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