Fab Ricciardi

(Aug.29,1962 / Milan, Italy)

Forget It All


Forget the rainbows and the pots of gold at the end of them
Forget the happy endings at the end of the fables
Forget happy times and joyous smiles too
Forget it all, this happy story’s not meant for you

Forget what you remembered
About the warm fuzzy feelings
Of happy people and happy days
Good times and fun-filled nights

Forget it all
Nightmares will now take over
Forget it all
Life will now take over

Not much to be happy about now
As you begin to forget it all
Metaphors and similes
Of what’s good and right
Will soon be replaced
By the darkness of the night

Stand proud and tall
For the stories to be told
Of the rise and the fall
Will now be scary and so very cold

At the end of the story
Long before it gets too gory
Once and for all
Please
Forget it all

Submitted: Wednesday, August 26, 2009

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