With A Heavy Heart... - Poem by Daniel Adams
With a heavy heart, I'm calling it a day,
I'm packing up my emotions and sending them away.
Departure from those will happen all right,
The final curtains were lowered tonight.
I want nothing more to do with them souls,
Nothing more, I'd rather wak on burning coals.
I want to forget them, I want them gone.
I've given up on holding on.
You can see I'm struggling, you can see I try,
Yet you'd so willingly turn your back on me when I so much as cry.
Pressure and fighting no longer my style,
I'm cutting off now speak to you in a while.
Goodbye my family, no longer being a friend,
I've finally severed a link that was too broken to mend.
When I walk out of that door,
I don't want to see any of you anymore.
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