Life And Death - Poem by Michael Sedique
Our cycles that have limits for all living things.
We wonder who else can die.
All things on Earth dies.
But if we look up at the skies of heaven,
We think of angels.
When we read their stories of conflict that maybe the way they die.
All life is like a seed that grows into a mighty tree.
Maybe gods can die.
If we all look back into Egyptian history,
We may think of Osiris's story of his death.
He was killed by Set, the brother of Osiris.
But though nothing can last forever,
We all have a cycle,
And that is the way it is.
But at the same time, one mighty man will live forever.
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