absurdity

wishes

Wish-making is hereditary, or might be. I didn’t write this, but could have.

I want to be friends.

“You don’t want to make a bigger wish?” a grown-up asks. I check, but it isn’t the same grown-up that asked me, decades ago.

I’m thankful the question still makes no sense.

There’s no bigger or better wish.
I want to be your friend.

10 comments

  1. People grow up and in the struggle to survive and get it right they lose the precious innocence of the child who knows there is no bigger wish. Being friends with everyone is the only wish necessary. It would solve everything.
    Alison

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