Where do good dreams go?

What happens when a dream dies?

Does it just disappear, or go to dream heaven?

Or does it simply get re-born in another mind?

And if in that re-born mind it lies dormant, does it keep re-incarnating?

Constantly searching for that one enlightened soul who will give it life?

Does it haunt the realms of man, hoping to be glimpsed?

Is it the dead dream, that wakes us up in the darkest of hours?

Screaming out to our sleeping unconscious, pleading to be heard?

Begging us to see the beauty that lies dormant.

Or does it just sit quietly in a corner, weeping inconsolably?

Mourning the lost glory that could have been.

Hoping and praying for this time of man to pass, 

And blissful silence to descend.

Bringing with it the peace that only a total lack of thought can bring.


10 Responses to “Where do good dreams go?”

  1. themissingsandwich Says:

    wow. powerful stuff. you should title it “Dead Dream Walking”

  2. themissingsandwich Says:

    Its amazing how you humaized the whole concept of a dream and gave it life. Makes people realize how much they let go of when they let a dream die.

  3. thekillromeoproject Says:

    Not very good at the titles now am I? But your suggestion definitely sounds better.

  4. brandix Says:

    oh for fucks sake the two of you are talking to each other like you don’t even know the other person!!!

  5. thekillromeoproject Says:


  6. Angel Says:

    oooooh… totally love it!

  7. thekillromeoproject Says:

    Thank you, its very rarely I write stuff like this, so its nice to know its liked.

  8. realfantasy23 Says:

    loved it and realised about my dream, which died few days back 😦
    Awesome, you should keep writing.

  9. thekillromeoproject Says:

    Hey, maybe it’s not dead…. just waiting for you to see it again and bring it back to life ya?

  10. realfantasy23 Says:

    Even if it is, I really don’t know how to and I’ve lost my strength now. have u ever brought ur dream to life which u thought is dead? If so please teach me aswell.

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