ONE BROKEN DREAM
by Edgar Guest
One broken dream is not the end of dreaming,
One shattered hope is not the end of all,
Beyond the storm and tempest stars are gleaming,
Still build your castles, though your castles fall.
Though many dreams come tumbling in disaster,
And pain and heartache meet us down the years,
Still keep your faith, your dreams and hopes to master
And seek to find the lesson of your tears.
Not all is as it should be! See how littered
With sorry wreckage is life’s restless stream.
Some dreams are vain, but be you not embittered
And never cry that you have ceased to dream!
From the book, Collected Verse of Edgar A. Guest,
©1934 by the Reilly & Lee Company
The Ragtag Daily Prompt word this morning was BROKEN.
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