A rhythmic rhyming tribute, a light verse, a play on Dreama Bigger's name.
|Dream a bigger dream|
Dream a casserole,
bigger than a bright full moon,
enough to feed the world.
Spice it with the joy of kindness,
sauce that tingles tongue;
to pasta cooked to cling to ribs,
add a dose of love.
Dream a bigger host to feed;
the hungry are always here!
Hear their faith restored by food;
do it with heartfelt cheer.
And whenever plagued
by thoughts of doom,
go dream a bigger dream.
© Kåre Enga
19 september 2004
Catalogue number: [161.570]
Author's notes: This was written for Dreama Biggers, and started out as a play on her name then evolved from there. She was a very good cook and cooked lunch for everyone at Salvation Army one day. She was often homeless and ill. Dream Biggers died December 15, 2006. (October 10, 1958 - December 15, 2006)
Published in The Lawrencian, Vol. 1, no. 2, November, 2004.