It’s on me, again

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Late night drive midnight drive

To aide another,

Knowing I got an early five in the morning start

Despite needing the hospital all day,

They decided to ring for help late

How was I supposed to say no and turn away,

Knowing it’s going to wreck me the next day,

Let’s just hope there is a reward in heaven

Because there is not one down here,

other than the knowledge that I did the right thing,

Despite knowing how it will be impacting,

On me.

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