Wishes are merely phantoms, illusions of desires not made whole because there is no action behind the thought. I rarely, if ever merely ‘make a wish’. Whatever it is that I want or desire, I claim and make them my own. That is the very nature of being a Wytch or a pirate or even one who rules.
As for regrets; I have few of those. Everything I have done I have done because it was a means to an end. Perhaps the one great regret that I have is having left my daughter in the care of others for nearly her entire childhood. For that, I carry a fair amount of regret within, but had I not chosen the road of separation of she and I, most assuredly we would both be dead. Now we are learning about each other anew, and even though I missed out on the child that she was, I have come to love the woman that she is.
Muse: Fanny Fae
Fandom: Original Fiction
Word Count: 165