To My Daughters About Dreams

I may not have so many dreams as I once had,
Some have been taken
Some have collapsed.
Some blew away
Some would not stay
Some started well, then turned bad.

But 
There's a precious few that I can never lose, they go too deep, 
I'd still have them till my very end, even if I forget how to sleep.

I dream that I would never cause another harm
I dream that I will always try my best
I dream that there will always be another dream, 
Even if it hasn't arrived yet.

I've lost most the dreams I dreamt for me,
I know that to be true
But how can I weep, when I still keep, 
All the dreams I dreamt for you.

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Aviva Rifka Bhandari

Tue 26th Jan 2021 22:36

Thank you Sarah, you are also a beautiful soul 💕

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Angel whisperer indigo child x

Tue 26th Jan 2021 19:46

This is beautiful..You are a beautiful soul xx❤

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Aviva Rifka Bhandari

Mon 25th Jan 2021 19:08

Thank you for commenting Tom. Perhaps it will grow into a new poem, even. Which makes me think... of a new best wish for poets... May you find many beautiful poems, in yourself and elsewhere.

And Hooray!!!!
An extra thank you for everyone who has clicked 'Like' for this poem as this is the first of mine which reached TWO FLOWERS
😁 😍 🌷 💕 🌷 😎 😀

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Tom

Mon 25th Jan 2021 14:56

I really enjoyed this Aviva. I especially liked your line about how some dreams "would not stay". For some reason it really stood out to me and caught my imagination. Thanks for sharing.

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Aviva Rifka Bhandari

Mon 25th Jan 2021 08:56

Nicola and Brian, thank you both for your comments and support.

Thanks also to everyone who has clicked 'Like' for this poem.

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Brian Hodgkinson

Mon 25th Jan 2021 05:37

poignant and well written. I like your open style.

Nicola Beckett

Mon 25th Jan 2021 03:16

A lovely poem. I dream that there will always be another dream xx lovely line xx

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