JOSE MURGUIA

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LA MUERTE.


yo destruyo hogares y familias,
yo dejo las mas grandes heridas,
yo causo la tristesa y dolor,
yo destruyo los hogares llenos de amor,
yo soy la oscuridad que tu temes,
yo vengo a robar la vida que tu tienes,
yo no perdono ni me arepiento,
yo no tengo remordimiento,
yo no tengo hora para llegar,
yo solo se que tarde o temprano vengo a cobrar,
yo te causo el dolor mas fuerte,
yo soy tu enemigo, yo soy la muerte....

02/13/2009
Copyright ©2009 Jose Murguia

Submitted: Friday, February 13, 2009
Edited: Saturday, February 21, 2009

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  • Veteran Poet - 1,166 Points Jan Oskar Hansen (2/19/2009 5:16:00 AM)

    I have been reading several of your poems, like your spanish language ones the best, they seem stronger to me, like you feel freer when you express yourself in that language, that need not be so (Report) Reply

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