One Chance

I’ve wasted so much of my life,

now I’m past my prime.

Where did it go, all that time?

You only get one chance to make it right.

Wasn’t even thinking, never even gave it a thought, why worry?

The days seemed to go so slowly, now they’re flying in a flurry.

Now it’s the passage of years gone by,

all in the blink of an eye.

I’ve lived a life that hasn’t mattered,

my ashes will long be scattered;

in the scheme of time and events,

we’re all just random accidents.

© 2015  Kathleen Stefani and Combing The Catacombs
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