I’d love to hear him singing just for me –
he’d grow quite bored himself, I’m sad to say.
I’d let him choose whatever melody
he felt it in his heart to send my way.
How could he bore them? I will never know!
I truly hope he is the one who’ll rise.
I’ve seen these stars how fast they come and go –
but none were quite an angel in my eyes.
He may have bored the masses with that song –
Hang in there, love, you picked a boring song.
–Byron D. Howell
Bryon D. Howell is a poet currently residing in New Haven, Connecticut. He has been writing poetry for a great number of years. Recently, work of his has appeared in Unlikely Stories, poeticdiversity, and Censored Poets.