Shalom Freedman (Troy New York)
A Man Alone Is Only His Own Death
A MAN ALONE IS ONLY HIS OWN DEATH
A man alone is only his own death
Who gives nothing to the generations to come
What does he give?
What has his life been for?
A man alone as far he goes
Even if they worship his dust
His dust is just dust,
And his life has been death also.
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