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Question » To wake up

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What might happen when we venture far from home now? Will we find that London light around the corner? Will the rain hide all the dreamers out of sight? They might not want to play our little game this time - or we could look away and miss our chance. Or maybe just a bit of something out there will remind us why we take the time to ask.

It’s a simple question and the answers can lead us anywhere. So go ahead, ask yourself…

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  1. I would wake up eight years ago, go to the hospital, and refuse to leave until they let me tell my father goodbye. No one lives forever; you should always be able to tell them a final goodbye.

    Alexis , 16 from Kings Mountain, NC US about 2 years ago

  2. I wish I could wake up in Roma, Italy. Next to the girl who has stolen my heart.

    I, 19 from Toronto, ON CA about 2 years ago

  3. I wish I could wake up in Johnny Depp's bed.

    Anonymous from Gdynia, 82 PL about 2 years ago

  4. Is there a way to help Amber who posted a day ago about waking up in a bed where someone doesn't rape her? Amber, if you read this. Get help. Tell someone. It can stop. Go to the police. No one should be doing this to you. Lots of hugs. Be strong.

    Suzette, 40 from K, 07 DE about 2 years ago

  5. I would wake up in his arms.

    Anonymous from Bloomington, IN US about 2 years ago

  6. I would wake up in the same state as the rest of my family so I could visit them all the time. Been on the opposite side of the country since I was 15. I miss them all so much, there is such a big hole in my heart, and I don't feel at all part of the family anymore. I don't know if I'll ever get close to them or close to home ever again....

    Jaxx, 28 from Palmdale, CA US about 2 years ago

  7. as my five year old self, to tell my father to leave and waste no more of my mothers life. she deserved a chance at finding love and companionship again too

    Laura, 22 from Bristol, B7 GB about 2 years ago

  8. Somewhere where I don't have to worry, at all.

    Emma, 19 from Bournemouth, B2 GB about 2 years ago

  9. I wish I would wake up twenty years from now.

    Rose, 30 from Grand Rapids, MI US about 2 years ago

  10. 5 years ago

    Lucy, 21 from Sydney, 02 AU about 2 years ago