Daniel Pavlish

(St. Eugene, Oregon)

Epitaphs - Poem by Daniel Pavlish

John looked up to see
If the elevator was coming down
It was.
Here lies Mary
She lived a merry life
and died a Merideth
Eddie lived in the fast lane
So fast he stepped on the gas
instead of the brake
My favorite train conductor
Did you remember your watch?
Bart lost in a Poker game in Reno
Due to an ace up his sleeve
Tonya ran a race
Against a bull in a Pamplona, Spain
The bull won
Martha, Do you believe me now?
I told you I was sick

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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