Royston Allen


My dear, do not leave me, please do not die


There's so much sadness and desperation
and Dark is the path I'm travelling on
The difficulties that I'm going through
Leave me helpless, wondering what to do

I have both known and seen much better days
And have passed along much easier ways
But now I walk this long road of sorrow
Facing today and dreading tomorrow

With tears of anguish and deep sighs of grief
Desperately hoping to find relief
“I love you Maxine, ” I hug her and cry
“My dear, do not leave me, please do not die.”

Submitted: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 23, 2013

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