Dreamers

To all the tightrope walkers

Who dance on silver strings

Chasing pretty dreams

Without a safety net

 

To all the travel bound

Those journeymen

With bags in hand

Searching for new roads

 

To all the lovers

Who float through stars

Filling moonbeam jars

Kept safe upon the shelf

 

To all those who live for now

Challenging the traditional

With love that’s unconditional

Even as now becomes then

 

To all the believers

Choosing faith

Over the hate

In a world of sarcasm and pain

 

What do you do when…

 

The rope breaks

The road ends

The moonbeams fade

The love melts away

And faith no longer matters?

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  1. Pingback: encore presentation: 2012 featured poets ~ Ranee Dillon @RaneeDillon | my heart's love songs

  2. Pingback: featured poets ~ Ranee Dillon @RaneeDillon | my heart's love songs

  3. Beauty lies in simple words of truth and your blog is full of them …I have learned a lot from your verses and your truths…this poem was very well written..” what do you do when..The rope breaks

    The road ends

    The moonbeams fade

    The love melts away

    And faith no longer matters?

    as a dreamer I say dream..but you knew when you wrote this there are no easy answers to any of them…great write Ranee..

  4. Adam B. has answered so well that I can only say, “what he said!”
    Love your poem. I do try to collect moonbeams in jars on shelves, and think I should try dancing on some silver strings. Who needs a safety net anyway?
    Thanks for the lovely poem.

  5. You fine a new rope/dream/jar and carry on. You repeat as necessary. For dreamers are also fighters, movers, and grounbreakers; and together, we change the world.

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