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If Only I Could Turn Back The Time
by Jade Windchime
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Copyright Jade Windchime 2007

If only I could turn back the time,
and undo what I have done,
I would speak to you with my heart
instead of my mind.
I would draw you close
instead of pushing you away.
I would keep you near,
instead of crying only when I realize you are gone.

If only I could turn back the time,
I would.

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Reviewed by John Domino
A great reflective poem. Spend some time soul searing and then move on. We are ALL far from perfect and we are prone to make mistakes. I was asked to Santa Clause at the USAF Academy. I worked there but my last day before I left was in November. I was in a hotel ready to leave for Florida in a few days, my Santa outfit was on it's way. I asked them to supply me a Santa outfit and I would do it. They sad "NO" but still wanted me to do it. Until this day, I regret it. Because I missed the kids smiles, and the attention of being a "Giver" even it was make believe. However, I learned from it and try my best to say, "Yes" especially when it brings joy to others.
God Bless you in all that you do Jade.

John Michael Domino
Reviewed by Darrell and Kathy Adams
Regret is a poor companion. You express it very well. I think we have all felt that way at least once. I always admire the ability to take a personal experience and share it universally, or to have such imagination as to write as if it's first hand experience. Be well, Kathy
Reviewed by Asa Seeley
you are not alone, Jade...not alone at all. excellent.

Reviewed by Shirley Houston
Beautifully written piece from the heart of regret. I really enjoyed reading this!
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo
I think this is a universal "if only". So many, if not all, will relate easily. Well done. ~Elizabeth
Reviewed by TONY NERONE
I found this exceptional writing by accident. Sometimes we lose our heads and say or do things we can never imagine how we did such things. You cannot turn back time but you can know better for the future.

Reviewed by Southern Comfort
Beautifully expressed and heartfelt. It is so sad that life doesn't come with do-overs, if it did maybe we could finally get it right. SC
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota
I know, won't we all? This is a great poem Jade!
Reviewed by Keith Rowley
But would you?! The dance of conflict between mind and spirit seems sometimes beyond our command, whilst we, the progenitors of thought and passion stand by in wonder and dismay.

Good write.

Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G
This is an older poem, and I do hope your life took a great turn!
YOu expressed your heart openly here Jade!
STay Well
STay Positive!
Warm hugs and Warmer Blessings, Warrior Lady Sheeeoox
Reviewed by Sheri Uy
Bittersweet, yes. To remember the past with longing and regret. Captivating!

Be well,
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
Short, simple and very bittersweet. Ah, if only we could "turn back time" that would give us all a chance to go back and correct mistakes...

Be safe,
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
We can't so we have to rewind the clock, not being attached to the past, but enjoying the new beautiful now and times ahead...
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
If only I could turn back the time... I wonder how often we've all said or thought that.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
Yes, I think we would all like to turn back the time at times. But, today is ours, truely a gift, we can learn from out our past, and go forward. Take Care, Christine
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