Douglas Ackerman


Will There Ever Be?

Will there ever be trees that talk,
Will there aver be stools that walk.
Will there ever be toilets clean and stark,
Will there ever be a boy, who swims faster than a shark?

Will there ever be rain without cloeds,
Will there ever ne queues without crowds.
Will there ever be kitchens that resist every mark,
Will there ever be a boy, who swims faster than a shark?

Will there aver be a day where charcoal doesn't burn,
Will there aver be a day when the messiah returns.
Will life ever be like a walk in the park,
Will there ever be a boy, who swims faster than a shark?

Will there ever be a London train that doesn't de-rail,
Will there ever be a cheetah slower than a snail.
Will there ever be a dog who's bite is worse than it's bark,
Will there ever be a boy, who swims faster than a shark?

Will there ever be anything more boring than watching paiint dry,
Will there ever be a clown who doesn't make babies cry.
Will there ever be a light that only makes a room dark,
Will there ever be a boy, who swims faster than a shark?

Will there ever be a mirror that does not reflect,
Will there ever be a drug that has no side affects.
Will there ever be fire without the spark,
Will there ever be a boy, who swims faster than a shark?

Will there ever be money for the poor,
Will there ever be a world without war.
Will there ever be a company free from sleaze,
Will there be a place cured of disease?

All these questions I hope will be answered,
Before the world becomes hot and flustered,
From the impending doom that is Global Warming,
That could prevent a new day from ever dawning.
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