B: Xxxxxiii: Wasted Days - Poem by Douglas Scotney
with time to be bitter
for having fallen out of fashion
for all his cares,
gives credit to sunsets:
for ripening the fruit of his wasted days,
his favorite regrets;
for making not matter,
and for making matter,
All those wasted days.
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