High above Babylon, unbeknownst to the Gods, a wish maker settles his hand on a boiling pot.
This pot contains broth of nothing physical from Earth but a mental collection of thoughts he hath heard.
These thoughts are desires and a sip he does take, for the thoughts inside are not made when awake.
From the minds of God and man alike pour dreams of better times, now upward they do go, to the wish maker they do rise.
But a few, scattered far, maybe one in each land have a broader sense of thinking.
When the Wishmaker finds one of these thoughts that's when he will start drinking.
Though by accident sometimes he scoops up the lie of a fraudulent delinquent;
This bastard's wish that he did sip, on Earth then starts to happen, and as Earth feels their tyrannical dream, so too does poor Wishmaker's body.
Finally though, after much sifting a beautiful wish is found, he nuzzles on these in hope to achieve the love that he left on the ground.
For he remembers her mind as the first one he saw, a sparkling beautiful red.
A night left to store in memories core, one that he'll never forget.
Her wish was pure, whole hearted and nice and pleaded to him as he left.
She wanted him to keep saving the world and knew he could do it best.
As the Wishmaker rose ever higher and faster he looked down with slight regret, his thoughts became more and his physical core was disconnected with Earth's gravity.
"Had my loved one thrown me oh so far from this life I am used to living, for reasons that may change the world or just for a new beginning?"
But Wishmaker now returned to his pot, his old red lips just grinning.
A toothy smile he had not felt for a while let him know that he was winning.
For if he had stayed to love that girl he knows that the worldly dinning, that he's kept at bay for many a day would someday consume the living.
Love is in life and life is in love but now he had clearly reached something above
Requiring not mere attraction or lovely reaction but some kind of unearthly interaction.
It lies in the aether between he and them.
He knows it.
And grants it there and then.
For he knows when people's wishes are right, when they resonate as hers did that night.