Wishing Well

November 13, 2012 at 9:26 pm (literature, philosophy, Poems, poetry, Stories) (, , , , , , , , , , )

Will you pick me for your team?
Will you, will you, will you?

Will you listen to to my dreams?
Will you, will you, will you?

Will you call if I fall ill?
Will you, will you, will you?

Will you help me to be still?
Will you, will you, will you?

Will you love my crooked smile?
Will you, will you, will you?

Will you want to stay a while?
Will you, will you, will you?

Will you stop the closing door?
Will you, will you, will you?

Will you come again for more?
Please?

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8 Comments

  1. Pawan Hira said,

    I love the sound of “will you” in repetitive mode. It is actually beautiful and sweet, love it. 🙂

    • Julia Dean-Richards said,

      Thank you, my friend Pawan. Sometimes we need help to ask out loud! x

      • Pawan Hira said,

        Ah! True. 🙂

  2. ruleofstupid said,

    Look, I only called you here to fix the leaking sink… I’m really not sure what else to say…

  3. writersblogq said,

    Hey, i’ve got a leaky tap you can fix if you like.
    I liked this, the repetitive Will you?
    It made me very sad.

  4. musicmusewales said,

    love the haiku Julia …

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