Dreams are said to be what drives us on, what keeps us moving and striving; but most people end up forsaking or forgetting their dreams.

That which was hunger for

Afore hunger for food you knew;

That for which you were athirst

Before water your thirst could quench,

Forget it not.

Forsake not your sake on earth,

Not for the stake you have earned,

When the stars you see at dusk

Forget not the sun at dawn,

For the guesthouse is no home

Though cheerful and grand it seems

When the taste of life you know

Forget not your quest.

Submitted by GODS–TREASURE

Categories: poetry


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