A True Wish - Poem by david roberts
some men wish for money, some men wish for power, some men wish for the girls of there dream’s, I wish for the girl of my nightmare.
If I had money, I would give it all away to have five minutes with her, if I had power, I would give it up to see a smile on her beautiful face. I would give anything to hear her laugh. But I lost my most prizest possession. Some how she stold it. I don’t know when I fell for her, but I know why she made me feel so alive and complete.
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