How I wish

How I wish that I could sleep
Bereft of tension, calm and deep
How I wish that I could eat
anything edible, with tummy fit

How I wish that I could jump
landing safely, without a bump
How I wish that I could stretch
Tendons intact, still not wretch

How I wish that phone won’t ring
Loans and Cards, will not sing
How I wish to be left alone
Change my number, and be gone

How I wish my friends are friends
All through live’s straights and bends
How I wish to be loved by all
Friends and foes, big and small

How I wish, my kid grows up
As a human, kind and sharp
How I wish, he spreads the light
Shooes the gloom, make things bright

How I wish, I drown in books
Give a fig to money and looks
How I wish that I could sing
Pour my heart out, that’s the thing

How I wish that I could wish
Bring to fruition, on a dish
How I wish that all is well
Around at 100 to tell the tale

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