Dream Poems

Dream Poems


I've dreamed many dreams that never came true.
I've seen them vanish at dawn.

But I've realized enough of my dreams, thank God,
To make me want to dream on.

I've prayed many prayers when no answers came,
Though I waited patient and long,

But answers came to enough of my prayers
To make me keep praying on.

I've trusted many a friend that failed
And left me to weep alone,

But I've found enough of my friends true blue
To make me keep trusting on.

I've sown many seeds that fell by the way
For the birds to feed upon,

But I've held enough golden sheaves in my hands
To make me keep sowing on.

I've drained the cup of disappointment and pain,
And gone many days without song,

But I've sipped enough nectar from the roses of life
To make me want to live on.

~~ Author Unknown ~~


Don't wait for some distant day to come,
it may be too late before you've even begun.

Not everyone will agree with all you decide.
Be true to yourself first and foremost.

The only important thing in life is what you do
with the time you spend here on earth.

Don't be afraid to follow your desires,
they are not silly nor selfish.

Take the time and do what makes you feel alive.
Leave your fears and regrets in the past,

for this is where they belong.
Don't cloud today with things that can't be undone.

You have no more control over yesterday or tomorrow,
than you do the raging of your passions.

Do not quiet these dreams nor quench your desires.
For if you do, your journey is ended.

You have only today to begin anew and follow your dreams.
For in the end all we have are our memories.

When the twilight comes to us, let there be,
No excuses, no explanations, no regrets!

~~ Author Unknown ~~

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