A Wish That Hasn't Come True

December 16, 2011
By Merci Thang BRONZE, Indianapolis, Indiana
Merci Thang BRONZE, Indianapolis, Indiana
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Oh burning, burning rocks of light should I say my wish or should I might?
I see stars go across taking their flight,
So should I say my wish or should I might?
I would wish when day arrives and children flies their kite,
They’ll end their day with smiles in the night.
But, what if it doesn’t, and it ends with a bitter fright?
Then would, should I say my wish or should I might?
Then if I say my wish tonight,
But in my head I’ll start a fight.
So as I said, should I say my wish or should I might?


The author's comments:
This poem is something that actually is true about me, because i would wait for a perfect day ending when there's no problem or sorrows stuck in my mind. I'm not saying that no one isn't the same as i am. It's just a wish that hasn't come true.

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