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Carolyn Brunelle


A Dream Come True


You sweat and worry
About making the grade;
If you can get this one done
You’ve got it made.
Fears and self doubts
Always creep about
Disturbing your dreams;
A journey it seems
With no end.
But this is your challenge;
Your choice
And yours alone.
You must stand prepared
Ready to make the call;
Pay the piper his due
Lest you stumble and fall.
It is ‘your’ dream after all;
You must carry its burdens
If you seek its rewards.

Submitted: Saturday, May 24, 2008
Edited: Friday, September 18, 2009

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