Maurice Antonio Tuck
Reverie - Poem by Maurice Antonio Tuck
If only I could convince the world to dare to share, instead of leaving most in despair, I would.
If only I could change, change, and; instate a course without a need for remorse in view of a choice that incurs a healing voice, I would.
If only I could envision the ultimate being without seeing, feeling; believing; identifying within, the true meaning of knowing, without showing that It exists within the fabric of our being, I would.
If only I could discover how to uncover all the locks that blocks the spirited if only, I would!
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