I bring my own misery,

I drink from my own cup.

And it pours over with my own langour.

I wish I may,

I wish I might,

Have this wish,

I wish every hour.

I hope and pray,

by my undying breath,

until the day my breath dies.

And I know on that day, my wish,

My hopes and prayrs,

Will be unanswered by heavens good Will.

Because I could not take it upon myself.

And no force in heaven or Earth,

Could make my dreams come true.

Author's Notes/Comments: 

I had this wish i wished tonight.

View asherivers's Full Portfolio
Cari Albury's picture

The religious undertones in this poem scare the living crap out of me. -hides.-

Cari Albury's picture