A Dream Dies

Poem By Robert 'Cajun' Landreneau

yes I had a dream
no it was not real
nothing is as it seems
just moments left to steal

now i lie in wait
for the coming days
left in a state
of confusion and daze

but all is not lost
although it may take time
i am willing to pay the cost
and turn my life on a dime

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