Robert L. Bray
Dreams - Poem by Robert L. Bray
Dad said, "Keep some little dream in the making,
if youth you would like to hold,
for old Father time is defeated by dreams,
and a dreamer never grows old."
For dreams have a way of quicking the heart,
and the years pass you by. You can always
tell a man with a dream by the ageless gleam in his eyes."
"So keep a dream in the making it needn't
be big or bold. Just some little dream to
beckon you on and you'll never, no never grow old."
Dreaming is not a sin, nor is it forbidden to
be done. "I said" I know, for I'm a dreamer too and I'm
proud to be your son,"
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