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Lonely Desperado

Now all he does is reminisce
about those early days of  
that first sweet kiss and
their young marital bliss.

Back, back in time when
their love was as sweet
as a glass of cheery wine.

But the sand in the hourglass
has quickly robbed him of
his darling brown eyed lass.

His sun and moon have collided,
his world has been smashed like
a piece of broken glass.

Now he waits for the sand in his hourglass
to empty and until then, he will remain
The Lonely Desperado to the very end.

  Jackie R. Kays
   2004






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