Death - Poem by Daniel Trujillo
Death is mysterious, it's lurking upon all.
People are fearing this, for the lord will soon call.
Some are so curious, forever they'll fall;
Into the curiosity of death, which is lurking upon all.
Death is a surprise, just waiting for you.
Smart and so wise, there's nothing you can do.
Hiding makes things worse,
Not living life as should,
Living in a curse,
Where nothing's understood
Yet life can be so precious, but it ends with our death,
State of mind so suspicious, waiting for that last breath
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