brian musonda


Real dreams


I dream the dreams that the dreamers only dream they can dream......................the ones that nobody dares to dream......the kind foretold by old dreamers from the past................................... Only few have had such kind of dreams................. I stand tall on the mountains of dreams and tell the people and my contemporaries about the dreams I dream............................................ ......... many laugh at me....others try to discern what I am talking about....they talk among themselves saying'that man talks of things from other worlds'.......................................... ....................... They do not understand my dreams cause I dream of things that can come true................................. But they are used to hearing and dreaming of dreams that can never come true......................... I'm just the man with Real Dreams! !

Submitted: Thursday, July 11, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 11, 2013

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