Abel Solomon

Come! Come Dreams To Me - Poem by Abel Solomon

Come! Come dreams to me!
Where are the dreams come from?
How can I see the future,
Or how can I remember the past?
Is the awake consciousness or a dream state is real?
Which one is the absolute or which one is the illusion?
Is now am I dreaming or awakening?

In the dream dimensions of timeless and space less
When once was deep in darkness
Lights and matters are manifested in time and space
The form was created from the formless
The visible emanated from the invisible.

I am oscillating in between the two states
Moving back and forth from physical world to formless realm
I am entering into spiritual realm from the physical world
Where there is the book of life in which all things are known.

Come! Come dreams to me
Because everything is a reflection of nothing
I can use them as a source for everything.
Let me have the finest bits of truth
From the golden temple of a wisdom
Allow me to remember them from that realm
And I could translate and interpret the dream.

Come! Come dreams to me
Dreams like vehicle for accessing cosmic memory
So they can show me the future and the past.
Where past, present and future comes into one
In the dimension of eternal now

Come! Come dream to me!
Show me, the spiritual path
Help me on growing spiritually
Dreaming and climbing Jacob’s ladder
Where angels of God ascending and descending on it
Guide me onto my awareness
Let me use them into my day to day life aspects
Let me make prophecy and see visions.
Come! Come dream to me.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 2, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 2, 2011

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