Vitalogy - Poem by Gulliver Gimble
It was given to you with the best intentions.
To start learning about confused restrictions.
About the way something can sometimes evolve.
Lifes little mysteries and puzzles left unsolved.
A good vibe if you can listen to all the songs.
Something about treating others right from wrong.
With this given album a suggestion of selfish truth.
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
After all these years and the long narrow miles.
Surely you've changed and widened your smiles.
A daughter, a husband and family abound.
Simple lives in such a simple little town.
You said it was the straw that broke the camels back.
Who was keeping count of all your childish attacks?
I said it once and said it once more my friend.
When I am gone, you will never hear from me again.
Summer time blues that you laughed away.
Spring time memories that haunt me today.
One small second went by and seemed so empty.
A quarter life for you with no certain vitalogy.
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