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Dimitri Jagodinski


Inevitable is Death


Inevitable is Death
Today tomorrow
Each step we take
Is one step closer
We see it everywhere
There is no cure
Only hope for one more day
One more minute of precious life
Think about it
What would you change
What would you do differently
If you knew your next breath would be your last
Would you enjoy life more
Would you treat people better
Your loved ones and friends
Would you actually care about the stranger standing next to you
Inevitable is death
An old man once said
How you live is how you are going to die
Today tomorrow who knows
So love life
Live with truth and dignity
Enjoy your friends and loved ones
Treat the stranger next to you as you would want to be treated
And when you do die it won't be so bad
And maybe just maybe if you knew Jesus
You will live again

Submitted: Thursday, July 24, 2014
Edited: Thursday, July 24, 2014

Topic of this poem: Inspirational


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