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Let me dream

Ruben Beaubrun 1976 (St. Lucia)

If I had a dream but only walked on the thoughts of having that dream and did nothing with the thoughts that made up that dream then the future of the journey is lost with thoughts of a dream that will never be lived and a man lost in his own world without a dream

So allow me to dream to think to create thoughts of how I may want my future to be for it will be filled with hope fueled by my dreams and a life filled with happiness and things to look forward to because I dream.

Yes I may day dream or close my eyes while I lay in the sun and create thoughts of a world while I dream but just allow me, for what am I without a world with out dreams.

 Wasn't this world built on thoughts which created dreams which became reality. Then let me dream let me barsk in my thoughts of the future I want and comfort my soul with a dream of what I may or may not attain.

Each dream may not come to reality but the reality is that your thoughts and dreams may come to be. So let me dream let me have the thoughts of tomorrow let me dream.

For what is a man without a dream than a man lost in his own world with out a thought of tomorrow so let me dream
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Submitted on May 04, 2021

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