barbara hilal

Rookie (11/10/31 / savannah, ga.)

Dialogue With Death - Poem by barbara hilal

Death, walk the path of life with me,
Destiny I hear your call.
Life's twin I claim you too.
Don't hide until the curtain falls
.
Don't hide until the curtain falls
Let me end each vital minute,
with completion not remorse,
putting all my intent in it.

Death, walk the path of life with me.
Let me know how to start, how to end.
Let me fill every moment with meaning.
Let me make you an intimate friend.

There cannot be a fear of loss.
Love lives in fearless places.
Love is when there is no me.
The ego dies, also it's source

Death, walk the path of life with me
Don't hide until the curtain falls


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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 7, 2006



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