Danny The Dreamer Boyd
I Hang Around - Poem by Danny The Dreamer Boyd
I hang around because I don't,
Have yet the strength to leave;
I hang around and it's so hard,
To hang around and grieve.
I hang around because right here:
I laughed, and loved, and slept;
But all seem now to disappear:
So I hang with who've wept.
I hang around, yet keep in mind:
That I can't hang for long;
I hang in hope to someday find:
The guts to end this song.
I hang around and fake a smile:
To hide how hard it is,
To hang around to just beguile:
A harsh life of unease!
I hang around, I hang around,
I hang around all day,
And when the time does come to go:
I hang some more and pray.
I pray that when around again
I hang, that time's the last:
So I could finally begin,
To, oh, part with the past!
I hang around for one last time,
And bid before I go,
All those who were once close to me:
A mildly fair adieu.
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