Category Archives: DREAMS

A Dream Seller by M. Asim Nehal. .I sell my dreams to the lights of the day And wait patiently to see the results.

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“You may not understand why you have to go through some experiences, but you have to trust and believe in the process. Because that process is your life, and that’s all you got.”

Brandon Novak, Dreamseller

“She knew the true shape of the world. All else was shadow and the sound of distant drums.” Patrick Rothfuss, The Slow Regard of Silent Things

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I held you close to me
Once in a distant dream
Far from the shores of my fear
I sailed on the ocean where
All I imagined could happen
And now you are here

It’s so hard to touch
What is out of our hands
To know and to trust
What the heart understands

Only the ones who believe
Ever see that they dream
Ever dream what comes true

Life gives us magic and
Life brings us tragedy
Everyone suffers some loss
Still we have faith in it childlike hope
There’s a reason
That outweighs the cost

And gravity throws
All these rules in our way
And sometimes the spirit
Refuses to play

Only the ones who believe
Ever see what they dream
Ever dream what comes true

And oh, love
Turn me around in your arms
And in this dream we share
Let us not miss one kiss

And add my regrets
To the tears in the rain
For that’s what the color
Of roses contain

Only the ones who believe
Ever see what they dream, ever dream
Ever dream what comes true

Songwriters
BETH NIELSEN CHAPMAN, MATT ROLLINGS

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Inside my empty bottle I was constructing a lighthouse while all the others were making ships. Charles Simic

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Nanny Ogg’s voyages on the sea of intersexual dalliance had gone rather further than twice around the lighthouse, […]”

A popular way of staving off boredom at typical British seaside holiday resorts is to take a trip in a small boat, which will often journey out as far as the local lighthouse and circumnavigate it. Hence the above colloquialism, implying that Nanny’s experiences were not limited to the inshore waters of male/female relationships.

http://www.au.lspace.org/books/apf/witches-abroad.html

http://www.quotegarden.com/light.html