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    Dim serene


    Does the dim serene means the dim blue sky?

    Sunshine, I wait for dawns recurrent light
    I ponder in my narrow house and warm myself
    Moonlight, calmly shines through the night
    I stare at these old photographs, my heart beats fast

    I find no peace to read or write
    My soul is lost, my spirit's down
    There's no one in the dark
    My little world has lost it's light

    The dim serene, I can't escape at all and my thoughts reveal
    I can't forget the better days behind closed doors
    I'm still confused and longing for

    Behind these lowered window blinds
    I'm holding back the tears and find
    I think I shall never know
    Why I'm like this and you are so

    We all grow, what happened through the years where dreams lie still
    I tried to change it all and found dreams lie dead
    I can't redo it all again

    Internal Darknes, Clan Of Xymox (lyrics)

    Thanks a lot
    Not a Teacher

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    Re: Dim serene

    My take is that person was successful at one time, but not any longer. The "dim serene" refers to the lack of activity in his life right now.

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