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Luenta Heine

Rookie (july23 1992 / majuro hospital)

book of life


i looked up
and i saw my Lord
sitting at the right hand of his father
a bright light shine over his face
i could barely see his eyes
i bow my head
and worshipped Him
beside him and angel
holding a book
the book of life
many people gather around them
waiting for their turns
the angel open the book of life
searching for my name
he pointed to the narrow road
and thousands and thousands of angels singing
lullaby and hymns
smiling and laughing as i enter the enter life
life that everyone want to enter
i sing allelujah as i enter my path
another person stepped in
and the angel pointed to the wide road
the noise fell silent
no voice
no smile
no hymns and lullaby
only a strange sound of two ugly guy
came along and grab the person's arm
a mad fire sound interrupted the silent
the two guys took the person straight to hell
a place of pain

Submitted: Tuesday, September 08, 2009

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