Experimenting with the king of poetic forms, the sonnet – a 14-Line-verse poem (rhymed — or not) usually grouped into four stanzas of 4-4-3-3 lines expressing one unified thought or emotion.
Dreams of the Future
Looking into the future could be easy if it was just a dream
I could fly if I had wings
Maybe I should be a fairy living in a wonderland with the birds and animals
That really how I would like to be.
Writing and reading without a care in the world
No one sitting waiting for a meal
No dirty washing waiting to be laundered
Or a un-made bed waiting for clean sheets.
It’s time to be myself not run by everything else
My body is tired it’s just about run out of energy
After years of nothing but work.
Should my heart decide to take a holiday
I just wish I could spend my later years
Resting my head in the world of wonderland with the birds and animals.