A poem as a gift to a loving wife on their wedding anniversary.
If only I have the power
To change one thing in me
I’ll be a perfect lover
The way you wanted it to be.
A dew garden I’ll build on the mountain’s peak
So the whole world could see
The fairest lady I picked
To share dreams with me.
If only I could alter
I’ll start a fresh life
True love as our shelter
Free of miseries and strife.
No more thorns to pierce your heart
But flowers for your soul’s delight
No more goodbyes that tear our relationship apart
But morning hellos to bind us tight.
But fate have other plans
Time too, has its own way
I’m hopeless to ease what the thorns had done
I’m sorry you lived by its pain each day.
I can’t turn back the time
But dreams will always be there
If only I could be a perfect lover
For one more time.
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