Paul Buttigieg

Rookie - 469 Points (15/05/51 / Carlton Vic)

My Last Wish - Poem by Paul Buttigieg

Riches do not enter my mind
Happiness is a thing of will
Love is take what you can get
And
Spread the word

Fame it’s not on my radar
And
Innocence well it left me years ago
Friends are not queuing as you will see
Outside my door

Women are always welcome though
They offer a certain place
A peace
Where men can dream of being loved
Outside of reality

All these things are figments
They are normal
If you wish

But nothing nothing ever
Can purvey my last wish
As the need I have someday
To catch a bloody fish


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 28, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 31, 2011


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