Is There A Hope In A Wish?

Poem By Peter S. Quinn

Is there a hope in a wish?
A moment, a place to be free,
Somewhere, where love is a bliss
And your dreams I can see.
Being together, is a beautiful way,
Someplace, in time we met;
In another place, in another day,
No words there need to be said.
Is there a hope in a wish?
A wish in a hope that we share?
Something, somewhere, in all this,
That we both know is all here.

To sing and play, yes to play,
Give each fancy, its own place;
To feel more day, yes by day;
In the long run it all pays.
To wish for more than you know,
For hope will then come along
And give some, when you are low,
So you will then no more long.
To sing and play is just fun,
We could have it all here with us
And when there is no more sun,
It wouldn't be such a loss.

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