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Helen Hoi Lun Cham

(Hong Kong)

Sometimes I Wish


Sometimes I wish I am the clouds,
Gliding through the endless horizon,
Bringing you peace and comfort.

Sometimes I wish I am the trees,
spreading out my branches over you,
protecting you from the heat

Sometimes I wish I am the rain,
Pouring down on you lightly
to wash away your sorrowful tears.

Sometimes I wish I am the sun,
shinning brightly over you through the day,
giving you warmth when you shiver.

Sometimes I wish I am the stars,
Shinning brightly over you through the night,
showing you the path in the dark.

Sometimes I wish I am the one beside you,
In all the ways I can, loving you endlessly,
Sometimes I wish

Submitted: Sunday, January 21, 2007
Edited: Thursday, December 30, 2010
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