Dreams

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Dreams I often see
Eyes closed, eyes open
Wonderful and positive
Funny , hilarious

As a child I often saw a dream
Running to board the rickshaw to school
Half way through the journey no shoes would I see
Potato holes in the socks would worry me

Another would be of a game I would play
With little sis a prankster I must say
Blindfolded I’d be, hiding she’s go
Worried I’d be,only to find her on the jamun tree***

As I grew up to be a lass fine
Saw myself on the top all time
Score card in hand I’d strut in pride
Only to wake and find it a dream

Marriage around the corner I’d dream
A happy long life always with him
Together we’d go to the movies then dine
With sparkling eyes I’d look up at him

Daughter born I thought only of her
My dreams, my aspirations all centered around her
Saw in her a beautiful girl
Intelligent, witty, the darling of all

Dream I of a wonderful education for her
Something she’d love and willingly take
Knowing its’ the gift that we can make
She’s done us proud, the dream has come true

Dreams of a career bright I did see
A token of thanks to mom and dad mine
This I achieved I can say with pride
Left I the same when the time was right

Dreams I see of varied hues
But all I must say are colourful too
Wake up when I from any of them
Find myself recharged with energy new

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*** My sister never could climb a tree. It was always a dream I wished was true. Then we could have a lot of fresh juicy Jamuns.

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Inspired by the theme ‘Dreams.’

I am taking part in The Write Tribe Festival of Words 8th – 14th December 2013 at

Write Tribe

Celebrating the ‘Festival of Words’ I put together my thoughts in these too

Day 1 – The treasure of life

Day 2- Food for thought

Day 3- Catch them young

Day 4- Morning Raga

Day 5- Journey

Day 6- People I met on the way

Inviting you to also visit my other blog i.e. CANVAS

By the way don’t forget to leave your footprints in the form of comments and suggestions. Your words mean a lot to me.

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About Geeta Nair

Born in Independent India to two really wonderful people who cherished and nourished me with great care, I consider myself lucky to have had the best that life could offer me. Lucky to have had the best education , the best sibling, the best husband, the best daughter,the best of everything that I could ever want, Love to live life on my terms .

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