Sometimes I wish.
Personal note: I wrote this poem in memory for all those who have passed, and are on their next greatest adventure. I request readers to think of anyone this applies to; a family member, friend, loved one, it doesn't matter. So long as I made you remember them through this, my work is done.
Thanks, ~Sonofapollo _____________________________________________________________________________________________
Sometimes I wish I could be four again;
Small enough to hide in the boiler room.
Away from this ugly, miserable world.
In my own precious bubble of solace.
Sometimes I wish I could see you again,
Hear your laugh, your voice again.
But now we are separated by the veil,
The thin layer of life and death.
Sometimes I wish I can soar to the sky,
Just to escape from the horror below.
Alas, something vile and cruel happened
They drowned my will to fly.
Sometimes I wish I could turn time back
And find you waiting there for me-
Alive and well, separated not by death
To say the words I have been dying to say....
I love you.