The Trouble with Dreams

The trouble with dreams

Is what we fear most
Is to fathom failure
To strive, invest, overcome
To only falter in futility
To witness your wishes
Shatter to glass
Then when reassembling
Revert to sand
And when a dream is had
And a plan is laid
It sticks like honey
To eager fingertips;
To drip slowly
Before gravity succeeds
Where you have failed
Though what we fear most
Is not as I precede
That we can actually acheive:

That is the trouble with dreams.

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