In all reality, Life is fantasy bound

Escaping Reality


Bound by our nature, and bound by our mind

In all reality, life is fantasy bound


We are created constantly as we rearrange our shape

inside and out as we constantly quake


Onward through life

we possess what we’re given

Backwards and forwards we take as we’re driven


As our true self returns in passionate form

the brain seeks itself in breezes so warm


Where there are thoughts in crafted illusion

all reality arises in such subtle delusion


In all reality, fantasy bound

as it all becomes us in fact

reality and fantasy join together

causing us, in essence, to relax


When thought beyond measure reaches the mind

bringing us cause to rethink

edges of remnants of thoughts from before

bring the mind to the brain at the brink


Reality presses its hand on the edge

as fantasy carouses so deeply inside

where dreams become each other

giving each a place to run and hide


In all reality, fantasy bound,

we relieve our heart with nary a sound


Beyond those words in reality expressed

arises fantasy which closes the show

on to the path our mind seeks to take

reliving those scenes our brain never knows


Only when sparked by disease so bad

and united with drugs awful fright

is the mind’s complete picture brought into focus

eclipsing sunny day with horrible night


In fact for myself there existed two worlds

brought together only by one

which had its fingers wrapped around

my heart from where it had begun


For inside my mind there existed no truth

as everything rolled slowly in turn

and there will never be any proof

of those portraits in my mind that burned


All which remains  of my disease wracked form

although the disease is now all gone

is  my immediately crippled body

in all reality, fantasy bound for so long

Fantasy Bound

Donald Loudon

Donald Loudon

I have been writing since 1967, basically as an emotional release, but in the last few years I have become interested in creation of forms as well as being socially accepted by my peers. So, here I am. Relate to me, please!

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