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Dreams come to us all

By Josh ClementsPublished about a year ago Updated about a year ago 1 min read
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Dreams come to us all

Whether we want them or not.

We all dream, so we can be tall,

In order to live for our lot.


Dreams when we are young

Or old or scared or small,

We think of them daily,

Whether we want them or not.


Dreams keep us together,

They hold our paths true.

To ignore them is dismay,

Leave them and rue.


For dreams are the words that are spoken,

The pictures we paint in our mind,

Asleep or awake, no matter,

Keep them at heart and in time.


Yes, dreams are the life we should live,

Everything else is pure folly,

To ignore your dreams, well,

That is a crime.

For dreams are our hope and our lot,

Without them we are broken,

Tied in a desolate knot.


Rare are our dreams,

So go out there, and get them,

Ignore all distracting fiends.

Do, live, your dreams.

childrens poetrysurreal poetry

About the Creator

Josh Clements

Trying to write when my health allows. Fatal Bus Crash Survivor. Spinal Disability. ADHD. PTSD.

Scribbling with a tear and a smile 🥲

Twitter: @JoshClements89

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