Where would we be if it was not for the power of dreams? Dreams keep us alive; especially, ithey keep hope alive. Hopes and dreams go together like hand and glove.
Though this poem tells a truth about dreams, the language used to tell of this is not strinikg. The wordding is not that of great poetry, but the masage is very strong.
Thanks for this!
This poem starts with what it seems a contradition, or perhaps a statement again common sense, but as one reads on, one does see the poet`s point of view. It is wise to read this try at good poetry several times. One reading may not be enough.
I like this verse much.
Way to go, poet!
This is a very striking beautiful poem. I have written this kind of verse before, but I am not sure if I have come to this level of beauty. Browning here is at its best, I think.
Perhaps some might think that this try is too loaded with incredible phrases, but I am not one.
What a joy has been to read this poem and posted my little contribution at comments.