chuck Hurley

Rookie (12-19-31 / Boston MA)

Please


Please

Allow me my mind not to go on a long sleep
Give more time of life and not in the deep.

I ask for an active mind filled with thoughts
I truly did love; believe it or not.

I will alsays remember each and every gift received
Not one day or moment did life deceive.

You have always been gentle rather than fraught
The flowers and brds are free and for them; I thank you a lot.

My time has been active and I tried to do my chore
Be bountiful of my earthly time and give me more.

A door for the past and present plus one more
I need to see my future and that is for sure.

Tho I ask for much I ask of thee
All that remains on earth to belong to my humanity.
Aho Speaks

Submitted: Monday, October 22, 2007
Edited: Monday, April 18, 2011

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