Curtain Call

Curtain Call

A Poem by J Stylez

Understanding when something is at an end and learning to except it no matter how hard it may be.


It seems, my dear, the time has come to dance to our last tune

The party is over and the music has stopped, the sun is rising soon

We had a run, the two of us, good times we once did share

With heavy heart and eyes of glass bad news we now must bare

Our destinies no longer linked, into darkness we must ride

Though scary as the trip may be, with this I can confide

You still believe there’s need for me, finding solace in my talk

But I can no longer hold your hand; you are strong enough to walk

As much as we both tried to kid we knew this day would come

And that there would be nothing left an end to summer fun

I understood when first we met this union could not last

Don’t cry for me in present tense for I’ve become your past

Instead play out the final scene and end it with a smile

And watch the curtain sweep to a close; it’s final graceful mile

Our chapter is done, the book is closed; forever rest where it my fall

The lights are up; let’s take our bows, the final curtain call

© 2010 J Stylez

Author's Note

J Stylez
I haven't written anything in a long time so this one may be a bit rough.

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J Stylez
J Stylez

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