Jennifer Rondeau

Rookie - 391 Points (03/16/90 / Seoul)

Dreams Within - Poem by Jennifer Rondeau

I don't know where this road will lead me,
I don't know where I'll end up once this the road ends,
When you look up the sky,
Do you see me,
Do you feel me,
Do you even care how far I came,
Within this roads there are endless possibilities,
Where to go,
Keep heading straight,
Let's go chase this dream,
This dream I want to make it into reality,
Within this road you'll see me in a field chasing the butterfly, chasing what is a dream, a dream within a dream,
So come here,
Take my hand,
Let's go somewhere far away,
Let's find out where this road take us,
Let's go make our lives better and make this into a reality,
Where this road takes us,
Where we end up,
This is where we end things,
This is where we go our separate ways,
Goodbye my love,
Where we go from here is just starting a newer life without each other in it,
Where I end up on this road is where I began to chase what is my dream,
This is where my endless possibilities happens,
This is where I walk away from you, as you watch me walk away exiting from your life,
Once again back on this road alone chasing what is my dream, a dream within a dream.

Topic(s) of this poem: dreams, road


Comments about Dreams Within by Jennifer Rondeau

  • (4/24/2018 9:04:00 AM)

    Hi Jennifer,
    A marvellous poem.
    A parting message to the loved one. Points out to him/ her that together they have come to the end of the road and it is time for parting ways. Where each one will now chase separate dreams, a dream of one's own. Beautifully structured.
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 21, 2018



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