The door of my dreams

door of my dreams

Often I dream of a door,

On the other side of which,

I believe lay my dreams and more,

That are always out of my reach.


Each time it is a different thing,

But it is always something that I long for.

The wishes and desires,

That I always hope would be true someday.


Sometimes it is a loved one,

Not gone forever, but still with me.

Sometimes it is those friendships,

That I thought were lost.


Often it is the solitude I seek,

The peace amidst the chaos of everyday,

Those beautiful places where I wish to be,

That time when everything is alright.


Sometimes it is all the things,

That I want to be, but I’m not.

And at times it is everything I can be,

But I’ve never tried enough.


I’ve always wondered what lay beyond,

When I see the door of my dreams,

But I now look at it for real,

I tell myself it is just a dream. 


And now, I stand here,

Wondering if I should knock,

What lays beyond I wonder,

Should I stay or walk?


I wonder if it is a trap,

For I’m afraid of things going wrong.

Will the door ever open I wonder,

Oh maybe I must find a key.


#WednesdayVerses

Welcome back to #WednesdayVerses . Vinay and I offer you a prompt each Wednesday to inspire in you a poem. If it does, do write it as a post on your blog and come link up with us. The linky is open from now till next Tuesday night! Please add your post to the link only if it is a poem written for #WednesdayVerses. Please do participate.

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8 responses to “The door of my dreams”

  1. Damyanti says:

    I could barely look away from the pic. Your verses are just as beautiful.

  2. Soumya says:

    This is such a pretty picture <3 <3 <3

  3. Such a beautiful, positive, yet intriguing post, Reema! Great start to my morning

  4. Esha M Dutta says:

    Reema, what can I say? Your poem is so beautiful and moving! I could relate to it as if it were my own story. You are so good at poetry…and you know you inspire me to keep at it even when I think I’m no good at it. I will join in this week. I LOVE the prompt and it will be a shame if I let it go by without writing a poem on it. Will join before the weekend gets over, for sure.

    Thanks for linking up with us for #wordlesswednesday this week. See you again. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Have a lovely weekend, Reema.

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