Treasure Island

Dexsta Ray


More Than One Dream


Limitless...
My dreams are more than mental pictures
Innocence?
Your schemes are forming
Did you figure?  
Oh...
The kid's dreams didn't quite make the cut
Didn't mean to intervene
But he's...
'Writing too much'?  
Speaking life into our seeds could inspire a bunch
We should push them to achieve see
They might be the
Ones...
I have a couple of other dreams to reach
I haven't made it but I'm hopeful 
I believe in He...
Got tired of waiting on the sofa just to reason things
Now giving praises to Jahova for...
Recieving thee

There's nothing wrong with having 
More than one dream
Pursue them all
Let's encourage the younger
Let's push them towards their dreams 

Submitted: Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 13, 2014

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