The death of a dream

In a distant corner of my soul, a dream lay hidden. A beautiful, colorful, hopeful dream. A dream that accompanied me since I was a child. A dream that inspired and motivated me to move on.

My dream was to become a writer. To put down on paper stories that inspire and move people. To create new worlds, full of magic and mystery. To give people joy and hope.

I worked hard to achieve my dream. I read books, wrote poems, participated in literary competitions. I did everything to achieve my goal.

But one day my dream died.

I don’t know exactly what happened. Maybe I was too ambitious. Maybe I wasn’t talented enough. Maybe I wasn’t patient enough.

Whatever the reason, my dream was extinguished.

At first, I was devastated. I felt like something precious had been taken from me. I was overcome with sadness, anger and hopelessness.

I tried to hide my pain. I tried to carry on as if nothing had happened. But it wasn’t easy.

Slowly, I began to accept the death of my dream. I realized that there was nothing more that could be done.

But even if my dream was dead, its memories remained alive in my soul. The memories from when I was a child, when I daydreamed about the world I wanted to create. The memories of working hard to achieve my dream.

These memories helped me get through the pain. They helped me find a new path in life.

I still love writing. But now I write for myself. I write to express my emotions, to share my thoughts and to create my own world.

The death of my dream was a painful experience, but also an important lesson. It taught me that life is full of changes and that we must be prepared for anything. It also taught me that it is important to follow our dreams, but that we have to be realistic and adapt to reality.


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