ava smith


death is


Death is when your loved ones must depart
Death is a sharp pain to the heart

Death is a feeling of permanent sadness and pain
Death is when your loved ones have forever gone away

Death is a call to heaven or hell
Death is an eternal mansion or cell

Death is a lesson to learn about
Death is a loss, without a doubt

Death is an unhappy feeling to have
Death is unpleasant on anyone's behalf

Death is something we all will go through
Death is a storm waiting to brew

Death is a lingering crow always overhead
Death is a soul, done being fed

Submitted: Friday, February 06, 2009

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  • ~....my Life Is My Poem....~ (5/29/2009 12:37:00 PM)

    is this ur poetry....except the true poet i wanna say others how can they include others efforts with their own name....it is a kind of crime...very bad...u could never come up in life...NOT FOR THE TRUE POET......

    FOR THE TRUE POET...
    this poem has reality..well done...a good piece of work.... (Report) Reply

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