J.I. Stuart

Wishes - Poem by J.I. Stuart

In writing I hereby promise
to myself to one day find
A Happy and Content piece of mind.

In writing I hereby promise
to work hard more than play
In the wish that I can soon get away.

Get away from this morbid purgatory
Get away from this depressing hole
I have tasted the new life for me
But this life tastes stale and old.

In writing I hereby promise
a deep and solemn vow
To change this life that is getting me down.

In writing I hereby swear to I
that my wishes will soon be my life
But for now I must fight to get out of here
and to keep my wishes alive.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 19, 2005

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