Paul Sebastian

If Only.. - Poem by Paul Sebastian

If only I were rich, I would travel the whole world
If I were a leader, I would serve the people
If only I were an orator, my speeches would be bold
If I were a CEO, I would be well settled

If only I were married, I would have many children
If I were a father, I would want to be a great father
If only I were a singer, I would get children to listen
If I were a good cook, I would make a great dinner

If only I were married, I would be the ideal husband
If I ever wanted to marry, I would marry a homemaker
I’d build my dream house by the lake on grandpa’s land
Walk in the forest, watch sunset, be an outdoor camper

If only I were a teenager, I would play in the rain
Make and fly a kite, spin a top or build a tree-top house
Swim naked, fish or go boating in the lake, all again
If I were a youth again, I would take up a medical course

If I were a doctor, I would serve working among the poor
Bring better living conditions, better the health standards
If I were a doctor, I would work on health wellness, for sure
Educate people on healthcare and its life-long rewards

If I were to live long, I would live my life worthwhile
I would immerse myself in some social service projects
If I had a chance, I would be a motivator changing lifestyles
If only I were a youth again I would live doing my life’s best!


Topic(s) of this poem: imagination

Comments about If Only.. by Paul Sebastian

  • Charity Nduhiu (9/10/2015 2:57:00 AM)

    Mmmm, if only I was a man i would look for a wife not a woman to be my companion. I will keep on reading this poem again and again. Thank you Paul (Report) Reply

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  • Hans Vr (8/30/2015 8:35:00 PM)

    The beauty of a new day, a new beginning has just begun.
    Every new beginning may create an opportunity for a new big thing.
    People have done the most fantastic things in old age.
    I hope, my friend sufficient health is with you,
    to still enjoy many of the great the things you state in this wonderful poem.
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  • Abdulrazak Aralimatti (8/30/2015 9:38:00 AM)

    The poem is an advice to the youth, to rightly use their time and not to waste a single second.
    Loved reading and commenting
    A lovely poem indeed
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 30, 2015

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