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Interesting poem, Timoteo. I would say they are both equally real. Without memories, we probably would form no dreams. Our dreams for the future depend on our memories of yesterday.
MARY: Sometimes we need to forget certain memories to keep on dreaming.
Nice sentiment Timoteo.
I also like your photo selection for this. Did you take it?
i agree some memories will weigh us down in reaching or even concieving those dreams if we let them...
Hey Tim :) ~~ I say your poet was a dreamer so of course the dream was more real to him! Was my answer correct?..
ARLENE: Thanks! No didn't take that one.BRIAN: True...getting too bogged down in the past can be depressing--and that's not a good mindset to project into the future.JIM: Yes it was, Jim...because all poets are dreamers.
There are memories we wish to remember and those we beg to forget. I am a dreamer so I say give me dreams so tomorrow will hold promise.
Applause! I loved this bit of wisdom.
Memories and Dreams ... Memories are just that, and they belong in a cellar (locked and the key thrown away. Dreams are attempts to look around the bend ... I will never stop to look around the bend.
Yes a kewl question to ask and liked the answer
I really love your blog :D Your poetry is fantastic! :D
Very interesting question...worth pondering. Great write.
Lovely, and perhaps it is the ability to keep dreaming which makes this life such a wonder. Loved this one, Timoteo!!!!!
THANKS EVERYONE for your lovely comments! I've been sidelined by a nasty cold, but am starting to feel my old self again... (it's good to feel yourself now and then to make sure you are still there).
Interesting question indeed. Love (most) of my memories and love the possibilities of my dreams...Anna :o]