I Would, I Should, I Could

I would eat a pound of live crawfish while riding a shark across the Atlantic Ocean.
I would play football against Atlantis in June.
I would find 678 dogs in autumn while swimming through a sea of tables.
I would water ski with someone influential.
I would live in a giant strawberry.
I would eat sushi crafted by Adam Sandler while watching Pineapple Express.
I would swing from the palm trees in Florida during a flood of melted ice cream.
I would visit the House of the Rising sun during the night-time. I should travel to a place that’s absolutely perfect.
I should understand something truly fascinating.
I should go on the road with Willie Nelson… and then do it again.
I should write a beautiful song on a swinging bridge found in New Zealand.
I should drive a Lamborghini through Nebraska.
I should meet Bob Marley on a white, sandy, Jamaican beach.
I could float in a field of sound located in Kansas.
I could relax in a field of tall, brown grass.
I could tell Nine Stories around a glowing, warm campfire.
I could celebrate Passover in the brisk, dark October.
I could frolic through a glorious field of shining sunlight.
I could wander pass a man in self-doubt and shoot him a life-changing smile.
I could look the world right in the face and tell it everything it needs to hear.
I, as well as anyone else, could change the world for better or for worse.
I want to wallow in self-image and fantasy.

I Would, I Should, I Could


Raleigh, United States

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Artist's Description

Just a poem to take you on a beautiful adventure and then bring you back down to earth. This poem has a serious undertone.

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  • Katya Lavorovna
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