Shalom Freedman (Troy New York)
It Does Not Matter If I Am Not An 'Immortal'
I will die anyway
Oblivion has a long time
It can wait for someone forever-
It will eventually encompass all-
Not being an 'Immortal'
Is what it is going to be
No matter how far
I do or do not get-
So I console myself now
With this small bit of cowardice.
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