jessie cardona

Rookie (7/30 / bloomington california)

Dead Man Walk - Poem by jessie cardona

today i saw a ghost
a man a loser a lost soul
he wounders around in
chain of dark silver
chained for hundred to thousand
of years
he look to my direction
walk and bows
then in a moment he was gone
like to show me what
happens to men
with cool blood
men with a hate
men that do nothing of good
but in this ghost
i saw emptyness
and not evil
but longing for
a better dream
a better life
like he was send here to give us a moral lesson
to not do a evil deed
to do only good
for this ghost was a
living walking good man
that was taken away as a sign of a lesson:
men do better or be sorry of what you did

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 13, 2008

Poem Edited: Friday, September 5, 2008

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