J.Z. de Devil
Journey To Eternity - Poem by J.Z. de Devil
Time fly by, leaving traces and evidence.
I watched as I leaned against the wooden fence.
The flowers sprouted and the birds sang,
The farmer with his plow made a bang.
The kids in the pool made a messy splash,
While cars on roads drove carefully not to crash.
The leaves on the tree yellowed and fell,
They’re another evidence of time passing—I can tell.
Soon, the white snow soft and light,
Slowly landed on the ground and ended its flight.
The four seasons, all has to go through,
And while they laughed, they gradually grew.
Time slips away,
Soon it’s the end of the day,
And before you know it,
On the train to death you sit,
As the train runs,
And your heart is filled with sorrow in tons,
There’ll always be someone you miss,
Someone who’s dead,
Someone whose face wonders in your head,
And you will meet them soon
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