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Background Music

Author: lori_tab
ASL Info:    27/f/alabama
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So this is what it feels like everytime I hear hank williams music or if I just need to hear it.

My dad use to drunkenly son when all his friends left from their parties and poker games. The alcohol and background music would take over and he would mourn the death of my papa. Who, according to my dad was betrayed by his mom and first born over business and money. In his hurt and anguish my dad thought he took his own life driving his skitter backwards off a mountain and breaking his neck. It was an act of spite and sorrow according to my dad because his wife collected a handsome life insurance check from his policy.

Background Music

Background Music

Hearing the memory of when my daddy used to cry
just a deck of cards to catch his tears
whispering things he couldn't say
his loss which was not so clear
as the pain he'd have to take

it is just as familiar to me as the blood through my veins
a melody of dying
and crying
and pain

A Hank Williams song about the by and by
Precious Promises of tomorrow
old guitars do tell their Tales and make my heart at home with sorrow

Submitted on 2016-06-24 15:14:34     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Every rose has its thorn..
I guess,.. this really gets me to thinking, remembering..
It's a good write..makes one reflect
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