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We Are The Dreamers KKD
 



We Are The Dreamers


Dreams can be
crushed tattered and torn,
But with a wishful heart
young and old can be reborn.

There are dreams of hopes
and dreams of fears
Those we love
and hold so dear

Without a dream
what has the heart got?
Without a dream
Tomorrow would be for naught.

Dreams can be empty
for those unwilling to chance.
Without a dream
how is the heart to dance?

Along life's path
one may trip and fall,
But if we don't get up
would we hear opportunity's call?

If we all choose
a life in the safe zone
You will find yourself
cold, bitter and alone.

So within your heart
lives hopes fears and screams.
But where would we all be
if there were no dreams?

ღ KKD ღ

Original By
Donna DeLong Matthews
The Gold Pen Ghost
All Rights Reserved
July 2006
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ღ God asked me how long I planned on keeping you in my life.
I smiled and said...
How do I choose between always and forever...
But then I have found that's really not up to me... ღ

A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes
From Cinderella






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