Treasure Island

Zackory Kzeminski

(March 19,1989 / Poughkeepsie NY)

Death


Some say that death is only the beginning


i believe that death is just the birth of a life that we only dream of


everyone says that death is lurking around every corner


i believe that death stands right there behind us all waiting to claim her trophy


they say that death is but a man


i believe that death is actually a woman in disguise


all people say that death takes whoever he wants


i believe that death picks her victims based on who looks more promising enough to please her

Submitted: Friday, July 30, 2010
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  • David Beckham (7/31/2010 1:26:00 AM)

    Deep thinker you are! ! Nice expressions within! Cant say i totally agree with all of it, but your attempt is brave, and that I like about this poem! good work (Report) Reply

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