Kyungdae Min

(August 23,1951 / Hae Nam, South Korea)

Death


All day
I think over Death
So what I want to do in this class
is be honest.
The death will be the destruction of my body,
but my soul is immaterial
and so my soul can continue to exist after my death
We would like to live forever.
Immortality would be wonderful.
That's why death's so bad.
It rob us of immortality.
And if there is no soul,
If there is no immortality,
this is such an overwhelmingly bad thing,
Death is bad guy

Submitted: Wednesday, November 03, 2010

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  • Naida Nepascua Supnet (11/3/2010 8:31:00 AM)

    death is something people are afraid of-but they say we should see it as liberty to everything bad-i hope i can do it. Nice poem, it speaks of reality. (Report) Reply

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