irenio irenaeus bero



I am the laughter the world will live to imagine
The kindness blotted out in dreams
I am the one who lived to die
Without a choice
A malefactor of crimes I did not commit.

Inside these warm walls of affection
I cherish the roots that plant the will of life.
I hear voices calling me to planet earth,
People wishing me well,
Hoping for the best in me.

Who did I wrong
To deserve death

How can I escape
Who will grant my request
All I wish is to live and see light.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 8, 2009

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