Savannah SmithStinson

(07-07-79 / Louisville, Kentucky)

Death


This a poem for all the loved ones I have lost.

Death is as quick as a cheetah in the desert
Death is as peaceful as a bunch of hippies.

Death is a natural cause and cant be prevented
Death comes by suprise like a hurricane.

Death is a supernatural and can be caused by anything
Death can be as swift as a burst of wind
Or death can be long and painful like a tornado.

Death will happen dont try to prevent it.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 30, 2009

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