Let Me Forget - Poem by Krispian Vilipi
Where should A poor man go?
To the path of beams and glow?
or to the darkness of the earth,
the same darkness of his birth?
What should a broken heart do?
Why should my heart breaks too?
For I have naught but a heart,
and it was yours, as we apart.
Why should a man be poor?
Why should his heart be broken?
Why this bitterness is no cure?
Why a real world is no heaven?
So let me light my cigarette,
And let me be, let me forget.
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