Friday, September 3, 2010

Wishful Thinking - The Kind that Comes True

My wife Virginia, as supportive as she always is, has convinced me to continue writing, even though I've had some reservations recently to do so. Sometimes I have the time to contemplate and write my own poems. Sometimes like now, I don't really have the time, but since there are so many poems published and available on the web, I thought I may share them with you from time to time. The following poem is one of those I would like to share.   When I think of my wife, sometimes I catch my self daydreaming, or maybe it can be considered wishful thinking. 

Wishful thinking is the formation of beliefs and making decisions according to what might be pleasing to imagine instead of by appealing to evidence or rationality. Have you ever wished for something? It could be the simplest of wishes that can grant you the most pleasure. In a relationship between two people, that can definitely be the case, even with just a little wishful thinking.



Wishful Thinking
by MDK

Sometimes I wish . . .
I could be a star,
I 'd shine down on you
And brighten up your midnight sky . . .

Sometimes I wish . . .
I could be the moon,
I'd light your way
And guide you through
the night . . .

Sometimes I wish . . .
I could be the wind,
I'd blow my breeze upon you
And cool your warm nights . . .

Sometimes I wish . . .
I could be all these
So that some way, somehow
I could be near you even for a moment . . .

Sometimes I wish . . .
I could be all these
Just for you . . .




5 comments:

  1. Endless Love my dearest Sweetheart! That is the result of wishful thinking! Love you forever honeyko...muaaahh! Hugs and kisses

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  2. awww.. you and your wife must be the sweetest couple i know on the internet :) may you two be blessed with many more great years together :)

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  3. wow ur both so sweet. stay the same forever.

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  4. one of my wishful thinkings is to compose poems as best as yours;)

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  5. hello, first time here! love your poems, so inspiring. keep it up

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