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Painted Brain | One Day Music: A Poem
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  • March 6, 2016


I wonder one day who made music for me

and one day make music for me again.

How a baby cries with the most beautiful songs

and how I bought you but for a song with but a cry.

I still hear you and never will ever be as good as you.

You’re the song in my heart and I love every beat.

Maybe a someone will come crawling to their dream

but I beat them to the punch but it hurt but I bought it but good.

What a disgusting someone I was.

Help me God to hear the music again and forgive me for who I was

and perhaps who I’ll always be.

How sad the last song can be when strangers shake hands with a pawn shop

and silence is the only lyric.

Daniel William Concharty is a poet and frequent contributor to Painted Brain News

  • Categories:

  • Entertainment
  • Poetry

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