RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Free From Abandoning Life - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Sooner or later I will fall into the cradle of death
gently, tired of living this tumultuous life on earth.
Knowing that I look forward to it's intense peace and
serenity, having experienced it in the recent past,
after falling into a coma on life support during surgery.
A wonderful memory and experience, knowing that it's
something that will bring me an immense sense of satis-
Taking me into heaven once more, free from the ties of
an abandoning life here on earth, nothing matters any-
more since dying.
We're only on earth temporarily, as long as we do good,
love, care and are compassionate to one another that's
all there is to life really.
Ten Commandments can all be followed just by doing
these few little inconsequential things, bringing us
all into heaven when we die.
A blessing to one and all, as long as we never sin or
commit evil acts against God and humanity we will all
be given mercy from our Lord who will forgive us our
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