JAMES T. ADAIR
Dreams Die So Hard - Poem by JAMES T. ADAIR
You taught me so much
That love can grow in an instant
out of nowhere
That it is like finding innocence again
That a 'hello' can mean so much
and that 'bessos' may not be truely meant
That kindness can easily be mistaken for caring
That friendships can be so false
That being regarded as 'old' is a painful fate
That status supercedes love for some and is a prison
That silence is a form of cruelty
That darkness can be so dark
And that nothing is darker than loneliness
That losing love is like dying
and believing in a dream can be even worse
Now I just wish to forget all of it....
But inside I still care for you
And that's the part I don't understand.
I used to have the happiest dream and you were in it.
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