What if the sky was red and physics wrong,
A second was long and essays a song?
Were roses called pain and a heart called “brain”
Flying on ground and geniuses insane.
A whimsy a promise that never was broke
Or mountains tender streams of ice-cold smoke.
Broken hearts fleeting, were heartache a joy
Seas billowing high and wolves were so coy.
What if soldiers spoke in silent law courts
Or cats made to howl and dogs spoke in snorts?
Relationships singular, one for one.
True love legitimate, not just for fun.
What if God didn’t provide us His Son?