Dear Laziness

Poetry, Writer life

You laid by my side through thick and thin,
Stayed on my bed as I cried to sleep,
You’re always there, especially when I’m low,
But please dear, I want you to leave me alone.

You do more harm than good to me,
You pull me down every chance you get.
As you envelop me in your warm embrace,
I forget everything, my dreams, my goals, my ambitions. 

So, do me a favor and go away
Don’t come near me ever again
I hate you from the deepest core of heart
Yet I practice you daily as if you’re art. 

There are times I love you,
You’re my guilty pleasure.
But I gotta let you go,
Cause I love my goals more. 

You’re a murderer,
Killer of dreams.
So, leave me alone,
I’ve places to go.

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58 thoughts on “Dear Laziness

    1. Thank you so much Haroon. This means a lot to me. But I was recently nominated for the same by Tanya a few days ago. Also, this week I’ve been posting more awards and less posts on the blog. So, I’m taking a short break from the awards. Sorry and thank you so much Haroon. You’re an amazing person and I’m glad you thought of me while you were nominating.


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