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Deathrow For Everyone Breathing!

With eye's closed
we come and go
what's the mission
we come here for!
who of you, do we know!
remembered thee...
very first glance
of life tooward's
...a deathrow.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, January 29, 2014


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lodi Cj Ludovik (Logout) Follow replies to my reviewsMy rating: Summary:
we are born to die!
Review:
there is no way to escape from death
we are born to die!
Ludovik CelajNEW436 days agothere is no way to escape from deathComment +1

EXCELLENT


Gabriel MicanNEW439 days agoALLOT OF WISDOMComment +1

depth in simplicity
mia bNEW439 days agoBeautiful and poignantComment +1

This is a good poem!

George CollettNEW439 days agoThis one could be improved on. It leaves the reader wanting more. Unfinished perhaps? Comment +1

purpose
Justine NuppNEW439 days agowe recognize our talents and gifts and put them to use in our purpose. To ask God and listen.Comment +1

IMPROVE IT
Muhammad Naveed AhmedNEW439 days agoImprove it...you have got grace marks. Comment 0

It's ok
Elias FoukisNEW439 days agoGoodComment 0

interesting

Shanti AmalNEW439 days agointriguing


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  • Gajanan Mishra (1/29/2014 5:45:00 AM)

    very first glance, good writing, thanks.

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