The time machine

If you could change the things you’ve done
Would you jump and take the chance?
Or would you leave your life alone
And continue with the dance
If you could make some things better
But know that other things would change
Would you keep your life the way it is
Or would you choose to rearrange?
I wish I had a time machine
For I know what I would do
I would travel back into the past
To spend more time with you
I wouldn’t change what happened
I would just relive the past
Because I love when we’re together
And it’s moments you can’t grasp
Would you change the job you’re doing
Would you make yourself real rich
Remember though if things you change
Time’s  fabric drops a stitch
The things you do when you go back
Will change the things now here
So if you do things different
Your life might disappear
You can go make sick folks healthy
But that will change the scope of time
If I changed the things that happened
you may not end up being mine
I wish I had a time machine
For I know what I would do
I would travel back into the past
To spend more time with you
I wouldn’t change what happened
I would just relive the past
Because I love when we’re together
And it’s moments you can’t grasp
There are reasons that things happen
And there are  reasons some do not
Would you change the life you’re living
For one that you are not?
I know that I’d revisit
The past for just  a while
And I’d leave things just the same
I’d go back to see your smile
I wish I had a time machine
For I know what I would do
I would travel back into the past
To spend more time with you
I wouldn’t change what happened
I would just relive the past
Because I love when we’re together
And it’s moments you can’t grasp
I’d leave time just the way it was
I’d do everything the same
That way, nothing would be different
And I wouldn’t be to blame.
I wish I had a time machine
For I know what I would do
I would travel back into the past
To spend more time with you
I wouldn’t change what happened
I would just relive the past
Because I love when we’re together
And it’s moments you can’t grasp

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3 thoughts on “The time machine

  1. thanks Deanne and Lemanshots for liking this one. It is my most popular one on hellopoetry.com with over 4400 reads. feel free to share it and reblog…would love to see it hit 4400 on here as well

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