Little King of Sorrows
Good Morning Broken Heart (revised)
Broken heart! In pain you glare!
I have no time, to judge what's fair.
Important things, this world doth care.
I'll go to work. You lay there bare.
Broken heart! Get out the way!
I have no time, to sit and play.
Important things, to do today.
I'll go to work. At home you stay.
Broken heart! This can't be beat!
I have no time, for shredded tweet.
Important things, deadlines to meet.
I'll go to work. You rest your feet.
Broken heart! You're out of line!
I have no time, to sip your whine.
Important things, my pen must sign.
I'll go to work. You'll be just fine.
Broken heart! The bus won't wait!
I have no time, to find a date.
Important things, to contemplate.
I'll go to work. You choose your fate.
Broken heart! Let go my soul!
I have no time, to take a stroll.
Important things, they set a goal.
I'll go to work. You stay and troll.
Broken heart! It's for the birds!
I have no time, to heed your words.
Important things, corral the herds.
I'll go to work. You chat with nerds.
Broken heart! Why do you cry?
I have no time, for answer why.
Important things, await my try.
I'll go to work. You soar the sky.
Broken heart! You mope about!
I have no time, to scream and shout.
Important things, my hands must sprout.
I'll go to work. You sit and pout.
Broken heart! Just let me be!
I have no time, for dreams you see.
Important things, they don't come free.
I'll go to work. You live for me.
© 2013 L.K.Sorrows
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