Peter S. Quinn


People like Us - Dreamers


Somewhere we will go someday
Where all the dreams fade too
I hope it will be a long way
Before our dreams are through
Shine on your own blue sky
With everything you want it to be
Give your time a worthy try
For others there something to see

People like us come to shine
Walking their way to begin
All that you say could be fine
If you allow it - inside in
Reasons are fading here around
Fantasies coming and dreams
Something so obscure there found
Nothing in a reality seems

Somewhere we will go someday
But not to day I only hope
Reasons uncountable now play
In with a world of catastrophe
When will our dreams get through?
When will everybody realize
We need our blue sky not one new
Time of importance now away flies

Submitted: Friday, November 10, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, November 10, 2010
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