I Wish June 18, 2008Posted by Dine Racoma in Childhood Innocence.
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by Dine Racoma
I wish I were a pretty bird
With wings so shiny you’ve never heard
I will fly over castles tall
And sing on trees for all.
I wish I were a goldfish
My color will never vanish
Down the river playing hide and seek
And visit my friends down the creek.
I wish I were a sunflower
Facing the sun all summer
I will play with the pretty butterfly
And sing with the world that will never die.
But now I wish I will never change
The pretty butterfly may be disarranged
The godfish may vanish
Winter may come and the sunflower’s gaiety my perish.