Fragments of A Dream Reassembled

An old man remembers a dream he had as a boy.

One day he thought back through time and 

A dream about a fine and beautiful place.

fragments of a beautiful stained glass 

upon contemplating the memory, the man realizes,

window of untold beauty began to

that for fifty years he has

slowly reassemble itself 

searched for the place of his dream.

piece by piece until the   

he was never sure the place existed.

window became   

Now he sees its golden glow on the

whole once again 

near horizon and he is

and the structure and the 

walking toward the glow and he

meaning captured within the 

yearns to be there/But a forest with a beast/lies between the man

reassembled window became 

and the golden place.  He wonders if he should

clear and its meaning formed a 

go through the forest

magnificent and 

or postpone finding the place he has dreamed of

great, intricate, light filled 

all his life.

complex thought. 

4 thoughts on “Fragments of A Dream Reassembled

  1. Deanne says:

    Complex thought indeed Kurt. We’re all in some way trying to piece together a dream that seem so unattainable and praying for a light at the end of the tunnel

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    • Kurt Struble says:

      i like the image of a beautiful stained glass window that comes together to form a complex thought … the thought encompassing everything that’s meaningful … freeing us from all that doesn’t matter … wull … as always thank you so much for reading and writing … DEANNE! i want to hear another story! if the one i read about the man on the bench with the dogs is any indication of your ability, i think you should pursue that avenue of thought and expression. take care … i’m in a fallow period … again … traveling though … in seattle on my way to michigan …. where i’ll eventually have three weeks to myself along the shoreline of Lake Huron … take it easy. ks

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