Giggles On Death - Poem by Ima Ryma
A eulogy is Greek for 'praise, '
Usually for one newly dead.
We all have saint and sinner ways,
Dead saint or live sinner instead.
A sense of humor is how I
Wish to be remembered in life.
Let me live so that when I die,
I'll have brought laughter more than strife.
Humor - light or dark, good or bad,
Done unto others, so they'll know
That my absence would leave them sad,
Heaven or hell, my wit did go.
My eulogy - humerous tone.
I plan to deliver my own.
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