Life a dream state know what I mean

Engaged fantasy choosing what is seen

What we’re viewing what we project

What we’re missing our own neglect


Things we aspire things we treasure

At our finger-tips if we desire pleasure

We control our essence a deep core of light

We have what we choose we think it’s right


The roar of greasepaint smell of our crowd

Maintains our focus performing makes us proud

The core of our learning as we move on

Comes from reflecting what’s come and gone


We hear footsteps as we’re growing old

Fearing our safety and feeling cold

Risks we took in youth questing our truth

Now let go of knowing to find real worth


As you aspire seeking your ends

Huddling with family knowing real friends

Remembering your essence and your sacred dream

Never letting go as faith provides the steam


Is there is a fixed objective reality or a collective dream we bought into?

How does your response inform you in terms control and free will?

How much of your world reflects your personal dream state?

– Stewart Levine ©

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