Dreaming is a thing everybody does do. Most times people does dream when dem sleeping and of course some of de dream does be sweet, and some does be wet. But dem have people who does dream even when dem eyes open.
That is how people does see things that dem does dream about. De Amaila Falls was a dream fuh de Rat, Donald, Sam and Robeson and Fip. De Marriott is still a dream fuh Brazzy and Barbie.
Skeldon still dreaming fuh produce sugar and de Enmore packaging plant wha Rob Earth build still dreaming to package something more fuh put in he pocket.
Soobaa still dreaming that she gun get a passing grade and one day she gun tun a lawyer fuh defend Ganga. And then she gun tun a mare not a mayor.
A man dream bout a house and he call it he dream house. Kwame dream how de American Embassy give he back he visa suh he could see he family in America. But he got to dream because he still does torment li’l boys, even one of dem who wukking at Guyana Times. And is not a Barbie.
Smith dream bout a car and de con man, Silchand, watch Smith and dream bout he money. Well Smith end up wid he dream car and Silchand get he money. De only thing is that de police tek way de car and Silchand still tek way de money.
When dem boys check de find out that Silchand con nuff people. He con he wife and he con he own family. He sell he wife house and she ain’t know nutten. Then he sell a car to eh family. He manage to tek way de registration and de key and he try to sell de car again.
This man learn he trade from de government people who know bout conning. Dem nearly pull off de Amaila con and is just luck save de nation.
Talk half and hope Smith don’t ketch Silchand.
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