in defence for the delicacy of ideals

192. Don't cut my dreams down

Do whatever harm you will to me and to my life,
but let me keep up my ideals,
since I can see no other purpose of my life
and nothing else to really live for.
They say it's dangerous to wake up a somnambulist,
but even worse and almost worse than any crime
is to bereave a person of his natural ideals,
his love, his piety and dreams.
But real ideals can never really be defeated.
They keep on coming back,
creativeness can never have a set-back but can only be renewed,
so there is actually no danger really.
Just let the somnambulist walk on
in safety on his clouds and smiling in his dreams,
and no harm will come out of it,
while no one knows what fearful things could happen
if you touch and crush an individual's universe
conserved well in a dream but that might well contain
the key to universal safety for humanity.

Poetry by Christian Lanciai The PoetBay support member heart!
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Written on 2006-09-10 at 10:49

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night soul woman The PoetBay support member heart!
*applause* I really like your poem! It feel like it is a response to my latest poem dream walker of reality! What a coincidence!Don't you think?

The world of ideas is immortal!
Ideas and ideals that kan be the key to universal safety for the humanity!*applause*