What’s Your Dream?

For those who believe, that dreams are sewn closed-eyed,

Life offers chances few, worries more, and melancholy too!

Dreamy eyes, and fiery eyes, both do dream,

But only eyes of passion see them come true.

The storm of your life, won’t pass by mere prayers,

For it is your will not your hopes which make the boat sail.

All bodies shall go to the same soil, shall vanish in the same air,

But live life such, that you leave behind your own uplifting trail!

Who knows what beholds us after death,

For it’s the greatest mystery left unsolved;

Your corpse is just nature’s breath,

But your memories are immortal, left behind undissolved.

It is noble to be better than what you admire, 

For who knows who you may inspire!

In this world of mankind, chances are many, yet few,

Now you must decide: which dreams shall take you through?

~ Arnav Gupta

Published by BookWorm

I am a 15-year-old bookworm. Reading is the fuel that I need to survive! It gives me a greater sense of the big world around me from my cosy couch. I have made reading my best companion and a teacher. The happiness reading brings me is immense. I read books of all genres, and here is the take on the books from a book worm's view!

22 thoughts on “What’s Your Dream?

  1. “The storm of your life, won’t pass by mere prayers…” This statement is one in which I wholeheartedly cling to. Many of the people I know are Christians, and they fervently believe in prayer. I often think they miss the fact that Jesus’ prayers were part of an equation. He prayed with passion; however, the other thing he always did was to take action action after praying. Praying alone will often only reflect the first part of the equation.

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  2. This poem is filled with great depth Arnav, “It is noble to be better than what you admire, For who knows who you may inspire!” I really liked this line. You never fail to impress us with your amazing words.

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  3. Greatly moved by the power of the words you’ve used…. Very often it’s only the courage to be bold enough and follow our passion that leads to a different turn of life.


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