Julio Hernandez

(2/17/95 / Bronx, New York)

Everything Dies


Once you’re born you’re destined to die
The reason this happens only god knows why

The deaths keep going and wont ever stop
It’s like a food chain and death is on top

Hiding in the darkness, waiting and watching
You see a light and you hear death calling

No one is really ever ready to go
But no matter what he will always show

It can take anyone anytime anywhere
Wherever you go it’ll always be there

The clocks ticking and you beg for your life
He has no mercy all he has is a scife

We are no different we all have to die
Some go deep down and some flow up high

People pass on every second, everyday
But I just can’t take it to see a friend pass away

Death is a monster death is surprise
You never see it coming when it’s your friend who dies
R.I.P. Ricardo

Submitted: Monday, June 02, 2008
Edited: Thursday, June 03, 2010

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