Poetry Corner: An Audenary Tale

Turned the clock, brought me home,
Soothed my weeping with your mellow tone,
Made it okay when I cried about my mum,
Bring out my muffin, let friendship come.

Let my new life steam on ahead,
From me once considered better off dead,
Put me back together and taught me how to love,
Let the world rush by, each push and shove.

You are my North, my South, My East and West,
My working week and my Sunday rest,
My noon, my midnight, my talk, my song,
I thought my pain would last forever: I was wrong.

My mistakes forgotten, I put out every one,
Pack up your fears, walked away, said and done,
Sleep peacefully and sound like you always should,
Because of you, my life has turned to good

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