I Dare You to Dream, ' it softly starts,
An echo ringing through countless hearts,
But dreams, like the stars, can drift apart,
In the shadowed abyss where addiction charts.
The world may chain you with tethered fears,
Your soul stained by bitter, fallen tears,
Through labyrinthine days and haunted years,
In the grip of addiction, hope often disappears.
I dare you to dream, to long for release,
Beyond the siren's call that yearns for peace,
In the tangled web of cravings to cease,
Uncover strength, let your courage increase.
Dare to dream of a life reclaimed,
From the ashes of past mistakes unnamed,
Your spirit's flame, though dampened, untamed,
In the tapestry of recovery, your victory framed.
In the realm of dreams, carve your path anew,
Where the winds of change may guide you through,
From the depths of despair to vistas true,
In your dreams, find resilience to pursue.
I dare you to dream, defy your plight,
In the quiet whispers of the starlit night,
Where dreams can mend, can heal, can ignite,
A beacon towards a future, promising and bright.
Chase the echo of a star's distant gleam,
In the turbulent river of the recovery stream,
For in the silent power of a dream,
Lie the promises of beginnings yet unseen.
'I Dare You to Dream, ' the challenge rings,
Through the harrowing dance of ephemeral things,
So, dream you must, with resilient wings,
And paint your life with the strength your dreaming brings.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem