918: I Were...

If I were a parrot,
Would have sung what you write,
If I were the dancing bird,
Would have danced to your tune,
Wish I were the car,
To transport you around,
If only I were that black bag,
To be carried under your arm,
Could I be your cell-phone,
To be stuck to your cheek,
Or the chain, to be around your neck,
Wish I were the ring, to signify your knot,
Wish I received the love I never got,
Wish I knew that all you said were mean to be NOT.

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