Gabriel Gauci Maistre

(Pieta, Malta)

The Dream


Dreams are magnificant aren't they
So realistic - So pure
It's so hard to believe that they're just a dream
That's why it's only after we wake up
Where we realise that it was all a dream
Some curse the fact that they have such dreams
Where they wake crying to the fact that it was not real
Wishing they could just go back - Relive it all
Others embrace the dream - Are thankful for them
It's better to have shared the smile in the dream
Rather than having not shared it at all - They'd say
One may try to understand one's dream
But in the end - The truth lies only in the hands of the dreamer
And one may chose to embrace the dream - Or reject it

Submitted: Sunday, June 24, 2012

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