Disassembling A Dream

Disassembling A Dream

’There’s bills to pay.’
’I know.’
’I’m not sure you do. You can’t look out of the window all your life dreaming that the glass will clear.’
’I know.’
’Money! The world is coloured green. You’ve got to have money to live, even to breathe. If you don’t get yourself out there, you’ll starve.’
’I know.’
’Is that your answer to everything? Don’t you know anything else? And stop looking out of that glass, I’ve told you.’
’I’m not looking.’
’You are.’
’I’m not.’
’Then what are you doing?’
’Just recalling a time when there wasn’t any glass at all.’

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