IF NO SIGHT HAD I
Suddenly, so suddenly, my eyes, they could no
Where did everything go, what am I to become,
Darkness, only darkness can be my world now,
To be afraid,
Never again, a sunny day, the night visits' me
If no sight had I, there would be many new
Thoughts and adventures,
The wind I would hear as I did before, my
Imagination would create
Pictured scenes of what It was doing.
Music would still be heard, although my mind
Could see the story
A song might tell with Its' words.
A television show now only to be heard, no picture
Book to go with,
A kiss could still be placed upon her lips', no sight
Or sound do I need.
Feelings' here are what will be needed, and a little
Sense of touch,
If no sight had I, life would be just fine.
Wonderful ~ 💕
Thanks for reading.
I don’t think you need the apostrophe in
its’ (line 16). It is possessive without punctuation.