Death's Invitation - Poem by Sierra Staten
Death's invitation Is tempting
But once you've gone you can't come back.
Do I risk everything by going?
Or do I stay and be attacked?
Death invites me every night,
I can't avoid his voice.
Never can I be happy
Being in charge of this choice.
I'm asking you, just take it.
Take me from this horrid place.
I've lost all hope, now times up.
I'm meeting death- Face to Face.
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