Gabe Florsheim


Dream - Poem by Gabe Florsheim

There is this time and hours,
We all will come and dream;
And find the little flowers,
That seeds will give to stream.
It's deep within our own heart,
And bright like day in dawn;
From there our wisdom will start,
And all our freedom is drawn.

Oh give that dream more sun,
And playgrounds of the bright;
Let shadows be on the run,
And freedom come with its light.
Though all is still a dream,
It may never be forgotten;
For time will sometime deem,
The shallow dark and rotten.

Break down a shadowed wall,
To bring more sunshine in;
Rectitude to each man´s call,
And every dark corner win.
Our hands will build and make,
Freedom to touch the sky;
And every true dream awake,
That gives us the reasons why.


Comments about Dream by Gabe Florsheim

  • (10/16/2011 5:05:00 PM)

    Thanks Sterling! I'm so glad I can make another life just a bit better. And you're welcome! Keep on reading my new poems and share them with your friends!
    Even better wishes - Gabe
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  • (10/10/2011 9:52:00 PM)

    I think I might print this off and put it next to my bed so I can read it when I don't want to sleep. In other words, I like it alot, thank you.
    Best wishes - Ellen
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 9, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, June 11, 2011


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