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Peter S. Quinn


Dreams to Follow (from, Without A Doubt)


There are so many ways that move
And give you more to follow
Wisdom words coming through
When all reality is hollow
In each darkness going hour
When an evening is flowing out
Like a yellow fire reddish flower
In the skies near and high about
Dreams to follow dreams to follow
Through the darkish night shallow

People come and people dream
In a reality broken days
Where the colors in grayness seem
In its many ordinary ways
Chances are that we will see
What it is to become free

Dreams to follow dreams to follow
Ordinary wisdoms on
Days to dream in so slow
Till the answers are won

Dreams to follow dreams to follow
Everything is never done
What will we ever know?
Simple thoughts in and done

Dreams to follow dreams to follow
Ordinary wisdoms on
Days to dream in so slow
Till the answers are won

People come and people dream
Something shall becoming soon
Yellow brownish earthly stream
Coming months of May and June
Chances are that there shall be
Somewhere new summer for everybody

Dreams to follow dreams to follow
Ordinary wisdoms on
Days to dream in so slow
Till the answers are won

Dreams to follow dreams to follow
Everything is never done
What will we ever know?
Simple thoughts in and done

Submitted: Wednesday, March 26, 2008
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