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What to wish

What a wish

I lived the wish

That I couldn't wish for

Comfort on frustrating days

Smiles when sadness intrude

Patience to accept the truth

Courage to know myself

Confidence for when I doubt

Faith so that I can believe

Friendships to melt my heart

Hugs when spirit sag

Beauty for my eyes to watch

Rainbows to follow the clouds

And love to complete my life.


But what would I wish for

Would I wish to dream

As if I'll live forever

Or live as if I'll die today

Would I wish to live

Or to love first and live incidentally.


And to wish is to risk pain

For everything I have wished

That I gained something

But for everything I gain

I lose something.


Life is full of wish

I noticed it

Which is a way of holding on

To the things I love

To the things I am

The things I never want to lose

Because one day somehow

My life will flash before my eyes

And I am to make sure

It's worth wishing.


to go into a place or situation in which you are not wanted or not expected to be


to drop down to a lower level in the middle



To Mum


A woman's handbag

Acid Rain


On the outside, looking in


Saying so much by saying so little




Love and Roses

Edge of the night

Our song

Think about it

Be my Valentine

Dedicated to F

Down flight



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