My Time Machine
by David Tait
I wish I had a time machine
To fix the things I never dream.
I could remove what said in haste
Those things, that lay my life to waste.
I need you darling, forever near
To understand my deepest fear.
Listen my heart, to what you hear
I can’t live life without you dear.
In fear I said goodbye to you
It’s not at all my plan to do.
For if my heart could have its way
I’d want you with me, day by day.
To feel your touch, your warmth inside
And wash away, all doubt beside.
I’d lock the gate, the world outside
To always have you by my side.
Through think or thin, though sick or well
A life without you, is such a hell.
I make mistakes, I hurt so deep
I want to wake up, from nightmare sleep.
To find you here, beside of me
Sharing the happiness, we can be.
With no delays, full speed ahead
To be my wife, till be are dead.
One thing I want, to ask of you
To just be true, as true as blue.
And make your thoughts, and plans to be
As soon as possible, be with me!
My Time Machine, written by David Tait on 31 October 2012