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steve tinkham


echo of our dreams


we all live within the echo of our dreams

& the confines of reality but we are trying

To find away to make the dream & reality

The same. But as we go along day to day

Disapointment & reality become truth & our

Dreams become less important, the key is

Finding a way to make reality as good as

Our dreams, then life becomes a dream

Rather then just a reality!

Submitted: Thursday, February 28, 2013
Edited: Friday, March 01, 2013
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  • Rookie Lyn Pendleton (2/28/2013 3:32:00 PM)

    good poem. it reminded me of that movie with chris reeve and jane seymour where
    he had done it, was living his dream until he found the penny in his coat pocket that
    said 1979 on it. I wish I could think like I did when I was 10 again, but those days,
    and dreams, have been trampled over by most everyone I've ever met. take care (Report) Reply

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