My Three Wishes Poem by M. Asim Nehal

My Three Wishes

Rating: 5.0

Last night when love descended on me
It made me wet with wishful dreams
The body heat engulfed my desires
Leaving the heavy burden on my spirit

Soon several caterpillars started to crawl
My wish became grown butterfly
From flower to flower, it started to sing
Song of love and song of life

White lilies turned to the fairy
Offered to fulfil three of my wishes
Hang my infinite love on the tree of eternity
To remain evergreen floating on time

Make all the stars, joy and glory
For everyone on earth till eternity
And put all the pains deep down at sea
So that it will never sail up to reach

Fairy turned to lilies again, now red in colour.

Thursday, October 8, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: philosophical ,wish
Deluke Muwanigwa 08 October 2020

Man that philosophical deep and wonderful. Nothing beats love in alll its splendid manifestation. Great poem...metaphors imaginery....and ladies swooning and blushing.

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Gordon Walter 08 October 2020

Great wishes for humanity hence lilies turn to red.

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Varsha M 08 October 2020

Beautiful imagery of dream called beauty. Good one.

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Dr Dillip K Swain 08 October 2020

A very commendable philosophocal write! Appreciated...Big 🌟

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Zoyza Da Vinka 08 October 2020

In a philosophical touch.

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Indira Renganathan 11 October 2020

Every line is adorable... a lovely love poem that gets a place in the list of best love poems ....many stars****************

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Juhaina Tumlu 09 October 2020

Each wish is for the whole humanity. I liked it.

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Anjandev Roy 09 October 2020

This is simply remarkable......thank u, dear poet....anjandev roy.

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Michael Jack 09 October 2020

A wishful thinking. And poet do it often.

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Kumarmani Mahakul 08 October 2020

" Soon several caterpillars started to crawl My wish became grown butterfly.." Stars brought up joy to make you swing in eternal love. Dream becomes reality at that period of dreaming and reality gives many marks to be evergreen. That you have explained as, " Fairy turned to lilies again." . An amazing poem is excellently penned...5 stars

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