If Only

Poem:

If I could sail 

on a sunbeam.

And let it shine

on sadness,

While listening

but intently

to Nature’s chorus

of gladness —

Songs of

joyous spring,

Challenging hopelessness

wielding

Its ordained power

of pain

And loneliness

unyielding,

I’d quickly wipe off

the tears

Of those in utter

grieving;

Each time the glorious

sun appears

With rays continuously

weaving,

While gusts of sorrow

seem endless

And confusion pelting

its scorn,

Taking away

the sanity

of those so

woebegone!

If I could save

a lost soul

From deserts of

despair,

I’d do it over and

over again,

With tools

of utmost care.

If I could

plant the seeds

of hope

that reproduces

gladness,

I’d think of no

reward except

The singular

sensation

of resting on

my laurels

Of blissful

compensation.

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