Bad Timing (New Poetry)
There was a guy named Murphy
Relationship timing so bad
The loneliness grew and grew
And his smile turned to sad

What really did this mean?
What's the writing on his wall?
What does tomorrow bring?
Will he ever get his call?

He feels like Mr. Hayes
But that great ending is lost
He lives the daily pain
yet pushes forward at all cost

The fortune looks so uncertain
What time zone is he in?
More challenges still await
But against that close he'll win

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DwayneKilbourne   DwayneKilbourne wrote
on 3/26/2009 5:12:37 PM
This poem is part of my upcoming (follow-up) book; for more poems like this one, please visit and register to preview them at http://private.mchpublications.com/ - I welcome everyone's feedback!

StarPoet   StarPoet wrote
on 10/26/2008 12:21:25 AM
I liked te first verse. It told of something we all have faced and still face. But like Mr. Hayes, we still have to go on.

penname   penname wrote
on 10/25/2008 9:54:28 PM
love the form and the meaning. Ahhh, I like this one even better than the windy city

DwayneKilbourne   DwayneKilbourne wrote
on 10/25/2008 8:12:25 PM
This also was a new poem that I quickly wrote on 10/25/2008.

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