Some day I wish I disappear,
To a place: Anywhere but here,
Where monotony didn't define life,
And fitting in wasn't a strife.
Some day I wish I discover,
A place where I could hover,
With my thoughts and emotions unveiled,
Where scornful judgments are curtailed.
Some day I wish I Found,
The place that I belonged,
Where air filled with honest words;
And true passion ruled the worlds.
Some day I wish I leave,
To the place where I belong; I believe,
Where verbal conversations filled the place,
Sans digital screens with much grace.
Some day I wish I ran away,
To the place I don't go astray,
In following my dream,
And with sheer triumph I gleam.
Some day I wish I arrived,
At that place, with my soul that I've revived,
A place that I endear,
A place that is anywhere but here.