I wish I don’t have a heart, it aches too much.
I wish I don’t have hair that I can brush.
I wish I don’t have a mind that can think twice.
I wish I don’t have a voice that can sing with precise.
I wish I don’t have the eyes that can see my own misery.
I wish I don’t have the ears that can hear my agony.
I wish I don’t have the nose that can smell my defeat.
I wish I don’t have the hands that can touch what I forfeit.
I wish I don’t have bones that can stand the pain.
I wish I don’t have a flesh to feel the weakness I gain.
I wish I don’t have the feet to lead me to my destruction.
I wish I don’t have the leadership to ease my obligation.
I wish I don’t have the tears that flows like a river.
I wish I don’t have the smile that can be a deceiver.
It breaks my heart to wish all this…
But if this results to my bliss,
Then I’ll continue to say I wish… I wish.
I walk in the streets half-hearted and unknown
With possibilities lingering in my head are shown
Wanted to be free from this formidable clone
The happiness that everyone seek are gone and blown
I wander from place to place to find my serenity
Chasing dreams one after the other to reach integrity
Knowing that all this things are finite and temporary
Can’t stop the desire and discontent of my humanity
Grief-stricken, I lost the battle of satisfaction
I want more, more of this world’s illusion
No… I can’t stop my own hallucination
Because freedom itself is a self denial prison
Change the world, making it bright.
Eliminating those pain and sore in my sight.
Never ending chase of what I thought is right
I never realize that dwelling in darkness, I loose sight of the light