Dreams

Poem By Robert L. Bray

Dad said, "Keep some little dream in the making,
if youth you would like to hold,
for old Father time is defeated by dreams,
and a dreamer never grows old."
For dreams have a way of quicking the heart,
and the years pass you by. You can always
tell a man with a dream by the ageless gleam in his eyes."
"So keep a dream in the making it needn't
be big or bold. Just some little dream to
beckon you on and you'll never, no never grow old."
Dreaming is not a sin, nor is it forbidden to
be done. "I said" I know, for I'm a dreamer too and I'm
proud to be your son,"

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