“A sweet monsoon dream
As smooth as Nibbler cream
Somewhere down the age,
Got lost in the page.

The tired eyes are at a close
With the white hair getting bold
The harsh life can never leave
It can never allow us to breath.

When life comes with a vengeance
With the age old stories
Recollecting them becomes weak
What is it, that serves reality? 

With no one to spare and with
No one to share; the feelings
That ends just like the summer breeze
In a note of dreamy despair. “

© Rit Gen Tar

The origin of the word has been from German. It can also be defined with the combination of two different words ie “Droom” from Dutch, which shows a divine connection to an individual who is verbalizing their emotions and “Traum” in Germany, which has been generally applied as a nickname for a dreamer who daydreams all the time.

Precisely, to be frank, I have been awake for 18 hours without  sleep, and it feels rather funny when you look for a way to translate the meaning of the word Dream, That can possibly stand for the fact that, “I am ready to see, but my brain is willing to discover.”

Don’t we have the right to dream? It’s the only place where we can behave just like the way we want to. We are at a complete liberty to imagine whatever we want to. It’s never a part of reality and possibly the only place where we can gently feel the temple and can live amidst our creativity. It gives us a new meaning or maybe a new will to see things in a better way. But, they have no connection with the reality.

In reality, life is tough and not all of us are able to live it in the way they want to. So, the hardships can really make you weep from inside. It can make you realise, that the things we were experiencing with our eyes and mind completely shut, cannot make its way into the real world. Whatever we see, stays in the dream only.

“Dream, dream, dream, dream
Dream, dream, dream, dream

When I want you in my arms
When I want you and all your charms
Whenever I want you
All I have to do is dream
Dream, dream, dream”

© The Everly Brothers


Picture 2 “Taking a time off to take a nap.”
It’s never too late, to dream.”
© Rit Gen Tar

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