Questions of Life
If I knew who I was, would I ask questions of life?
If I knew all the answers, would I still be so precise?
If I watched the leaves fall, would I ever see the snow?
If I held your hand too long, would you want to let go?
If I watched the grass grow, would the park become a jungle?
If the moon rays stopped shining, would the sun be bungled?
If I looked about the stars, would the constellations fade?
If the world were stripped of evil, would a man still hold a blade?
If I watched the rain fall, would the whole world flood?
If my heart were turned to stone, would I still bleed blood?
If lightning never struck the ground, would it make the rain feel lonely?
If a happy moment cost one cent, would it say, "Take one only?"
If a rainbow really did lead to gold, would we never find the end?
If I wrote one million thank-you cards, would I still have more to send?
If I felt the wind blow, would the warmth fade out of me?
If I lived in a world of fog, could I still see?
If a candle really burned f