The Charming Truth

I could close my eyes and make a wish, upon a little star

I could think and wish and wish and think, I’d find you, near or far

I saw your eyes, I felt your heart, beating within my spirit

The more and more I wished and waited, the further I felt, not near it

If I believed in magic, I’d have thrown pennies in the pond

I’d make wishes off of old bridges, I’d have bought a magic wand

I would seek to learn a magic spell to bring you by my side

I stare the heavens, waiting to spy a star falling in the night

I’d blow my candles, wishing that this birthday would bring you

I’d avoid the neighbour’s black cat as she meanders as she mews

I’d always carry the rabbit’s foot that daddy bought when I was eight

I’d never leave the house out from a different door or gate

I’d throw salt over my left shoulder, I would always pass on the right

I’d put lavender on my pillows; avoiding sidewalk cracks day and night

I’d rub a lamp for good luck, I’d drive the same route every day

I’d keep my elbows off the table, I’d see the psychic to learn the way

But truth be told, although charming thoughts, these don’t really work for me

I’d rather say my prayers each night and count each blessing that I see

I thank God above for all my loved ones, I pray blessings at each days end

And I know that God’s love brought you to me, my beloved, my friend

 

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