Dream Poems - Poems For Dream

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  • 13.
    The House Of Dust: Part 02: 02: The Fulfilled Dream

    More towers must yet be built—more towers destroyed—
    Great rocks hoisted in air;
    And he must seek his bread in high pale sunlight
    With gulls about him, and clouds just over his eyes . . .
    And so he did not mention his dream of falling
    But drank his coffee in silence, and heard in his ears
    That horrible whistle of wind, and felt his breath
    Sucked out of him, and saw the tower flash by
    And the small tree swell beneath him . . .
    He patted his boy on the head, and kissed his wife,
    Looked quickly around the room, to remember it,—
    And so went out . . . For once, he forgot his pail.

    Something had changed—but it was not the street—
    The street was just the same—it was himself.
    Puddles flashed in the sun. In the pawn-shop door
    The same old black cat winked green amber eyes;
    The butcher stood by his window tying his apron;
    The same men walked beside him, smoking pipes,
    Reading the morning paper . . .

    He would not yield, he thought, and walk more slowly,
    As if he knew for certain he walked to death:
    But with his usual pace,—deliberate, firm,
    Looking about him calmly, watching the world,
    Taking his ease . . . Yet, when he thought again
    Of the same dream, now dreamed three separate times,
    Always the same, and heard that whistling wind,
    And saw the windows flashing upward past him,—
    He slowed his pace a little, and thought with horror
    How monstrously that small tree thrust to meet him! . . .
    He slowed his pace a little and remembered his wife.

    Was forty, then, too old for work like this?
    Why should it be? He'd never been afraid—
    His eye was sure, his hand was steady . . .
    But dreams had meanings.
    He walked more slowly, and looked along the roofs,
    All built by men, and saw the pale blue sky;
    And suddenly he was dizzy with looking at it,
    It seemed to whirl and swim,
    It seemed the color of terror, of speed, of death . . .
    He lowered his eyes to the stones, he walked more slowly;
    His thoughts were blown and scattered like leaves;
    He thought of the pail . . . Why, then, was it forgotten?
    Because he would not need it?

    Then, just as he was grouping his thoughts again
    About that drug-store corner, under an arc-lamp,
    Where first he met the girl whom he would marry,—
    That blue-eyed innocent girl, in a soft blouse,—
    He waved his hand for signal, and up he went
    In the dusty chute that hugged the wall;
    Above the tree; from girdered floor to floor;
    Above the flattening roofs, until the sea
    Lay wide and waved before him . . . And then he stepped
    Giddily out, from that security,
    To the red rib of iron against the sky,
    And walked along it, feeling it sing and tremble;
    And looking down one instant, saw the tree
    Just as he dreamed it was; and looked away,
    And up again, feeling his blood go wild.

    He gave the signal; the long girder swung
    Closer to him, dropped clanging into place,
    Almost pushing him off. Pneumatic hammers
    Began their madhouse clatter, the white-hot rivets
    Were tossed from below and deftly caught in pails;
    He signalled again, and wiped his mouth, and thought
    A place so high in the air should be more quiet.
    The tree, far down below, teased at his eyes,
    Teased at the corners of them, until he looked,
    And felt his body go suddenly small and light;
    Felt his brain float off like a dwindling vapor;
    And heard a whistle of wind, and saw a tree
    Come plunging up to him, and thought to himself,
    'By God—I'm done for now, the dream was right . . .' read more »

  • 14.
    The Land of Dreams

    Awake, awake, my little boy!
    Thou wast thy mother's only joy;
    Why dost thou weep in thy gentle sleep?
    Awake! thy father does thee keep. read more »

  • 15.
    I Dreamed Of Forest Alleys fair

    I.

    I DREAMED of forest alleys fair
    And fields of gray-flowered grass, read more »

  • 16.
    The Dream

    Not long ago, in a charming dream,
    I saw myself - a king with crown's treasure;
    I was in love with you, it seemed,
    And heart was beating with a pleasure. read more »

  • 17.
    The Dream of Eugene Aram

    'Twas in the prime of summer-time
    An evening calm and cool,
    And four-and-twenty happy boys
    Came bounding out of school: read more »

  • 18.
    The Captive's Dream

    Methought I saw him but I knew him not;
    He was so changed from what he used to be,
    There was no redness on his woe-worn cheek,
    No sunny smile upon his ashy lips, read more »

  • 19.
    Love's Young Dream

    Oh! the days are gone, when Beauty bright
    My heart's chain wove;
    When my dream of life, from morn till night,
    Was love, still love. read more »

  • 20.
    Unstable Dream

    Unstable dream, according to the place,
    Be steadfast once, or else at least be true.
    By tasted sweetness make me not to rue
    The sudden loss of thy false feignèd grace. read more »

  • 21.
    The Dream

    I

    Our life is twofold; Sleep hath its own world,
    A boundary between the things misnamed read more »

  • 22.
    The Dream

    Believe me, this was true last night,
    Tho' it is false to-day.
    - A.M.F. Robinson. read more »

  • 23.
    A Day Dream

    On a sunny brae, alone I lay
    One summer afternoon;
    It was the marriage-time of May
    With her young lover, June. read more »

  • 24.
    We dream—it is good we are dreaming

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    We dream—it is good we are dreaming—
    It would hurt us—were we awake— read more »

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  2. Must learn to wipe off tears, Aftab Alam
  3. I Dreamed., Arafat Driche
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  5. Mismatched Dream, maria sudibyo
  6. Dream and dream not, Bashyam Narayanan
  7. What I dream about:, DAVID werts
  8. 'Hold Onto Your Dreams', Jothi Mangaiarkkarasit
  9. Dream of peace Dream of Anne and Martin, sallam yassin
  10. dream, bruce butler
  11. Dream, Abdul Wahab
  12. A DREAM COME TRUE, Stanley Oguh
  13. Dreams, Rachel Branscombe
  14. Inspiration Dream, Emily Krauss
  15. Epiphany, Harley White
  16. ' Dream ', Ency Bearis
  17. A DREAM, Darwin Laurence G. Vergara
  18. A Dream, R.H. Olivera
  19. The Sweetest Dream, chris urbaez
  20. Dreams, satyajit pawar
  21. If Only Wishes Were Horses, Part 2, Comfort Ndlovu
  22. *Dream, Abdul Wahab
  23. Dream A While With Me, Sydney Bell
  24. In my dreams, Tess Tessier
  25. Dream Dream Dream, Shashikant Nishant Sharma
  26. I dream.., sai srujana
  27. Along The Promenade, Mark R Slaughter
  28. Seven day-dreams, Jayatissa Liyanage
  29. Dreams are dreams, Dr.Rajendra Tela,Nirantar
  30. My Dream, Neo tshegofatso Molefe
  31. DREAMS, breaze openshaw
  32. I Have A Dream, Lawrence CH Hiun
  33. An Illusion, Mark R Slaughter
  34. Dreaming about Sweetie gives me hope, Nyota Yasulwe
  35. Dare to be a Dreamer, Marlene Rashidi
  36. A Dream, a Dream, Matthew Petranovich
  37. Dream We Dream, Is It Poetry
  38. Artist Dreaming, Jara Son of Ahaz
  39. Dream a Dream, Tim David Cook
  40. Everybody dream I dream too.., varsha santosh vyas
  41. Dreams, Sidi J. Mahtrow
  42. one last dream of...., Corina Rose Guard
  43. Valentine, Philip St. Cyr
  44. Dream, Mark R Slaughter
  45. I dream..., Tsunami HiroshiSu
  46. Dreams of Emotions, Alex Fischer
  47. Dream Forever, Alex Fischer
  48. Mist, Mark R Slaughter
  49. My dear dream, anees akbar
  50. Everybody dreams., Twilight Whispers
  51. In a Dream, Akiva Roberts
  52. dream, Arif Furqan
  53. Dream, Samantha Guinen
  54. they say..., Cheyanne Whien
  55. My Lullaby (Song), Sans Serif
  56. If I Dreamed, Theresa Ann Moore
  57. Dream, Meg Lealand
  58. Dream A While With Me, Cathryn Martin
  59. Dreaming, Kira Kira Kira
  60. Dreams, Stewie Johnson
  61. The girl of my dreams, Jonathan Pendley
  62. cause of my dreams I can't sleep any more, nic Leisure
  63. dreaming a dream, vincent armone
  64. A dream, Monica Hinson
  65. I, Once, Dreamt a Dream, Danny Speicher
  66. Can dreams dream?, Mahfooz Ali
  67. Dreamz, mitchell nott
  68. They say dreams never do come true., Sylvi Hart
  69. Dreams Aplenty, Dreams Galore, Joseph Camarillo
  70. If only, Ashley Morris
  71. I Dreamt, robert ross
  72. In my dreams,, maxpoet beauty
  73. In My Dreams, Chloe Smith
  74. dreams, brandi reissig
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