Max D. Hornbogen
Life Goes On - Poem by Max D. Hornbogen
Everyone knows that life goes on. When I was young, I had someone passed away close to me.
But I had to move on; I guess that’s why they say life goes on.
You know the days are filled with sunlight, daylight whatever you want to name it?
So I say that life does go on, it’s kind of like a road that keeps on going.
Maybe it will take me to my destination, in a couple of years.
For now I will lean in my chair, maybe even ponder for a while.
Seeing your picture, just means that I can look right at you.
Maybe even thinking you have a smile on your face, but knowing that thought is everything to me.
So yeah I think life goes on, but I can’t be the one who complain about the day ahead of me. Some days are heavy and light but who knows what is going to happen?
Whenever I feel stressed out, I put music on. It just calms me down and it makes me zone out.
For those who think life goes on, this is for you. We don’t live in the past.
But we make and shape our future. One thing for sure is, remember the fun stuff. Like hanging out with friends. Or just hanging out with your big cool brother and having a good time.
I remember, when I was young that brother and me use to play cars on the floor.
But we were just kids, having fun. Remembering those times, are fun and kind of sad at the same time.
As well, as you know that life goes on. So right now, all I got to say for now is goodbye.
December 4th 2009
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