Brian Rop

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Bring Back My Sorrows
I had all this emptiness for me
A gift from my lonely sojourns
And it embraced me and my inner being
You came along and it suddenly dawns
I String My Worth
Yours and mine weren't ever meant to be
Hearts had similar incompatible destinies
Mine acts worse than thousand piccaninnies'
From the beginning I hoped you'd see
One Day, Perhaps On A Monday
One day, perhaps on a Monday, afternoon,
You'll realize you belong to a silent world.
Where silence lends an ominous embrace
A world where there'll be nothing to face
When Sorrows Acquire Life Jackets
I bought a rope, and a lighter,
My sorrows have acquired life jackets, and boats
They, too, have insolent grins on their faces
Just One More Lie
Can I ask you if you're still mad tonight?
Or you still think you decision is right?
I want you to banish those thoughts away
I still have one more lie you might believe today


Wayne Kingston 06 January 2016
Very interesting treatment of a difficult topic to express clearly. Well done, Brian.
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