I know this has been asked to you at least a dozen times before,
But now I carry it on, to one and all galore.
If you could have one wish, what would it be?
Just only one wish, consequence free!
Would it be all the wealth the world could own?
That give to a bad omen's tome.
What about life, forever to live?
Then again, Death does not ever forgive.
What about love, for eternity's wake?
That soon would be a bad mistake.
So what is it then that would come consequence free?
What is this wish that would likely be?
Well, sir, madam, I shall tell you now,
Tis not a wish, but more of a "how."
If we could see the folley in us all,
There'd be no reason for a wish to call!
We needn't a wish to make ourselves better,
Just all of us, happily together!
We all have mistakes and we can all fix the other right,
For in every one of us is a bright, shining light.
I know, okay, it sounds quite happy and gay,
But once we relize its truth, all might be okay.