I Wish

I wish the world was smaller

Had fewer rules

So I could

Turn into a bird

Fly free in the sky

Over land and sea

Kiss the breeze

Enter the open window

And wrap myself into you

Drawn into you

To feel your breath

Caressed by your whisper

Nested into your embrace

Held tight by your love

Gripped by your grace

Where I belong to you

and you belong to me

—–

Written for Poetry Jam

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14 Responses to I Wish

  1. brian miller says:

    ha. if you find out how you can change those rules,
    i would love to fly like a bird…what a cool perspective it would have to be from up there….and to feel the currents of the wind beneath the wings…

  2. Sumana Roy says:

    sweet dream…love the intense feeling here…

  3. peggygoetz says:

    Thanks for chiming in Alan. I like your poem. I enjoy the movement from wishing the world were different (ah yes, if only) to being nestled with the one you love.

  4. Mary says:

    Oh to turn into a bird and fly free like that..you have written a very beautiful dream.

  5. Gabriella says:

    We both need the freedom to fly and the comfort of reciprocal love.

  6. Gillena Cox says:

    ah a love story unfolding, always there is need to change the rules

    have a nice Wednesday, thanks for stopping over to read mine

    much love…

  7. Ron. says:

    Unique take on the prompt. Conga rats.

  8. Even if the world could shrink even just a little bit and allow people to sprout wings–that would be my idea of heaven as well 🙂

  9. maryannpotter says:

    Sublime. The words o a dreamer.

  10. Susmit says:

    A sweet love story surfaces, beneath the deep thoughts. Beautiful!!!

  11. Jess says:

    The world is slightly smaller when people travel around in planes. Still, they are too busy working to devote much time to appreciate the beauty of nature. They fly in planes and don’t have time to truly live.

  12. Sara v says:

    Alan, this completely swept me away! You wove such beautiful imagery, and kept that bird analogy going (nested), and the entire flow of the poem was light and airy. Gorgeous!

  13. jammy7000 says:

    What a delightful poem, Alan. This has a song-like quality to it and makes for a fine lyrical piece.

Thank you for reading my poems. Please don't feel you have to comment. I enjoyed writing them, I hope you enjoyed reading them, Be blessed.

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