David Ritter Poems
- Upon My Death Bed If I'm unable to write again, for this ...
- My Precious Daughter (Revised) Sitting here all alone ...
- The Kind Man (Story Poem) Joe sat in his gloomy dark cell, ...
- My Best Friend I want you to meet my best friend. I've known...
- Unwanted Love I rest here in my mommy's womb, a home I'm ...
- The Hustle There once was a man, who loved to play pool. ...
- What Am I To Do? My sweet Jesus I call out to you. Oh sweet...
Many of my poems chronicle a lifelong struggle with the ups and downs of everyday life. Many writing’s have a personal significance, others are only an idea I came up with. Sometimes I prefer not to reveal the difference, leaving the reader to come to their own conclusion. This is a warning, not to assume that all my writings pertain to my life personally. Most of my poems rhyme because I like the... more »
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Upon My Death Bed
If I'm unable to write again,
for this doomed world will soon pass me by,
I feel impelled to pen a few lines,
that may fall under your teary eye.
Darling, my love for you is deathless,
for that it shall ever know no end.
Forgive my faults and times I have hurt you,
how thoughtless and foolish I have been.
Yet, you were forever there for me,
even though I was the one to blame.
When my last gasp of breath escapes me,
it will be whispering your sweet name.
If the dead can come back to this earth,
and spark unseen around those they ...