Broken Worries - Poem by Smoky Hoss
The sun rises slower each day
Clouds get heavier
Holding onto the rain -
The cough comes more often now.
The river has turned dark
Flowing less pure
Reflection's getting harder to see -
Thought I saw some blood today.
The trees can barely dance
The wind has died down so
But the leaves still hang on -
Doc said, ah don't worry.
Went out late last night
Didn't see one star fall
How's a man make a wish come true -
When all he trusts ignores him.
The moon half there, half crazy
Smiled down and told me a secret;
Don't worry so, death takes care of it all -
I light another smoke and give that old moon a wink.
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