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DEEP DARK SOUL POET

Rookie - 11 Points (09/1965 / Australia)

The sad times


The sad times come to stay
There never far away
Seconds and minutes away
Hours and days away

Weeks and months away
Years and tears away
It is just a sad time away
From being sad all day

It comes as sad as it could
Anytime, anywhere, anyhow
Giving me a new identity
It is sad in all colours

Sad times to me reminds
Of happy times filled by smiles
Of love in the afterlife
Of happiness in sadness

Today I think Ill be sad
Tomorrow Is sure to be just as bad
I wonder when I will be again glad
Its not worth worrying or Im sure to go
...mad...

Submitted: Sunday, December 12, 2010
Edited: Saturday, August 18, 2012

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