Dreams By Langston Hughes
by: Emily Lenzer
for dreams don't live forever
when they die you'll feel like your a broken doll
That cannot be fixed
hold on to your last dreams
for if your dreams go
your imagination puts up a wall
to protect you from the thing that took your dreams.
He talks about how eventually his dreams go away and if they die off life would be like a broken- winged bird.
he says " For when dreams go life is a barren field frozen with snow" or he said "For if dreams die life is a broken- winged bird that cannot fly"
so it seems as if he is sad about dreams.