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yolandey breedt

Rookie - 67 Points (1987/05/04 / south africa)

announced fate


My eyes filled with a different fire
As my heart grows with an unknown desire
Possessed by mixed emotions
Giving into all the true devotions

As I start expressing all my fears
With the cost of unseen tears
While I realize this battle I have lost
Softly I lay down now
For some reason death announced my vow

Gently some how I close my eyes
As I accepted my decided fate
While my soul on angel’s wings flies
And I have taken my last breathe
My body alone on the soil lies
As I come to know a life I once lived

Than as the wind blows
Like dust i disappear

Submitted: Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 16, 2013

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to me this poem is based on life and no matter who or what we have to accept the fact that as must as we wish we could change our fate we have no control of it as death can come at any time or place just be prepared and accept it

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