Matthew Hampson

Death - Poem by Matthew Hampson

Death is a monster,
luring you in.
In to its jaws,
clutching you with its claws.

Lif runs out of your body,
It runs then disappears.
It runs and jumps of the pier,
Into the waters of hell witch are so clear.

Death has a sharp, forked tongue,
Like a long fiery red snake.
Your body just goes limp,
You catch a glimpse

Of what life was like

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  • Unwritten Soul (12/8/2011 11:16:00 AM)

    Death is reverse of the birth, you born mean welcome to the new world, as you death goodbye for you to another world...when you was born, your mother endure the pain and no one will pass the pain to endure when death nice poem to read and remind about the real thing that will happen to all living things...nice one Matthew, keep writing :) _Unwritten Soul (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 8, 2011

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