Moostef Vosti


DEATH STORY (prt1)


Student from school-home walk
What he studied merry talk
His teacher he goes mock mock
Happy he will make a doc

Busy is the highway
Tis looking unusual today
Twas his biggest dismay
Keeps on walking anyway

Hears dropping of his bottle tip
Bends to give it a grip
Hears car from nowhere beep

Tires screech, boy got hit
Agape no speech, first-aid kit
Parent off reach, ambulance fit
Pore bleed each, doctors treat

Parent writing CV
News bulletin on TV
Accident story
Parent begin to worry
Where's Jimmy....

Identified elementary school
Mum faints dead on stool
Dad so much loves his son
Dash as bullet from fired gun

First stop is at door of I.C.U.
Finds drawning tension
Son me want to again see you
His name off mention

Good name already prefixed
'Late Jimmy' on his head
Dad already reaction mixed
Very weak drops down dead

Submitted: Monday, January 09, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, January 10, 2012
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