Messages On The Waves

Poem By Liam Hughes

Sometimes I wish I could go
Over the mountains all covered with snow
Past the meadows where the grass is green
Further than I have ever been
Over the oceans so deep and blue
To the place where I could find you

Often I wonder where it is you've gone
I wonder what kind of world you're on
Will I ever wake and find I'm there
Will I still have a soul to bare
Are these oceans too far and wide
In their waves can I confide
Will they carry my words to you
Will they believe what I say is true

Sometimes I wish I could go
Over the mountains all covered with snow
Past the meadows where the grass is green
Further than I have ever been
Over the oceans so deep and blue
To the place where I could find you

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