Danny The Dreamer Boyd
Inevitability - Poem by Danny The Dreamer Boyd
It's rather painful knowing life could end,
Without a warning, notice, now, today;
No chance to give your dear and parting friend,
No time to reminisce 'bout youth when gray.
Imagine I but can't how'd I all lose,
And be the one to bury her or you;
I know I have to face plenty adieus,
Yet how without those who help me get trough?
I'll miss the feeling life have passed me by:
As suddenness' a such mere dire surprise;
And wail, or weep, or pass a passing sigh,
Regretting all of those unsaid goodbyes.
Go first, my friend, or spend a frightful life,
Just knowing death is always lurking, rife.
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