• By David B. Gosselin

Endless Dreams



I dreamt an endless dream; I dreamt my dreams had ceased.


I dreamt the darkest dream; I dreamt of blinding light.


I dreamt I was a fool; I dreamt that I was wise.


I dreamt I spoke in tongues; I dreamt I found the Words.


I dreamt I lost it all; I dreamt of victory.


I dreamt all was forgot; I dreamt I knew it all.


I dreamt my life away; I dreamt my dreams were true.


I dreamt I met life’s end; I dreamt it just began.


I dreamt that I was lost; I dreamt of being found.


David Gosselin is a poet, translator, and linguist based in Montreal. He is the founder of The Chained Muse and New Lyre. His first collection of poems is entitled Modern Dreams.