lavia belle mafukaduvha

Does Death Do Us Apart? - Poem by lavia belle mafukaduvha

Do you do us apart
NOr unite us?
Everyday you pulling a string
You breaking family chains.

You are a lesson!
People are driven by fame
Some by money
What about those who don't have
Where does that put them?
Where do we end up?
In ONE place comffin!

You can be a famous
You can be rich
But always know,
the people you looking down on
Will be at your grave literally looking down on you

In life its your choice
You want to walk on RED carpet
Nor green carpet.
Hope you understand my little saying.

Topic(s) of this poem: death, nature

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Respect must be granted at all times

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 20, 2015

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