Danny The Dreamer Boyd
Letting Go - Poem by Danny The Dreamer Boyd
I wish I'd known we'd wind up letting go,
I would've saved myself one more heartbreak;
Why would you think I'd like the same mistake?
I told you I despise the dance with woe:
I'm nauseous still from all the to and fro;
My soul is sore: —I've put my heart at stake! —
I sense the losses squash it like a snake;
I wish our yesterdays would leave me so…
I wished, I wish, I'll wish, and wish again,
Yet oft I wake with sorrow still with me:
I'm sick and tired of my unanswered prayer!
It's overdue for me to break the chain: —
A captain lost, ‘n an old familiar sea! —
Alas, I don't think that I even care.
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