Lisa Cresswell Wilkinson
What If? - Fun - Poem by Lisa Cresswell Wilkinson
What if the sun forgot to shine?
Where would we be in the dark decline?
And what if the birds forgot to fly?
Would we be eating blackbird pie?
What if the phone forgot to ring?
We would never know what tomorrow would bring
And what if the coffee forgot to go cold?
We'd be caffeine dependant until we got old
What if the oven forgot to go 'ping'
Our food would be frazzled not fit for a king
And what if my partner forgot to snore
Guess what I'd love him even more! !
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