What Do We Dream/When We Can No Longer Dream?
WHAT DO WE DREAM/WHEN WE CAN NO LONGER DREAM?
What do we dream
When we can no longer dream?
What can we hope for
When our Imagination has no life anymore?
What can we dream
When nothing excites or inspires us?
Flat Flat Flat
Is the mind of dead old age
Trying to dream
And Nothing no Nothing helps-
An old man cannot -will not, no never- come back to life.
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