Cally A. Nixon
Life And Death - Poem by Cally A. Nixon
Life and Death,
are partners in one big scheme...
Life brings things here,
Death takes from here and watches the scene.
Death sees us,
rush in and grieve...
While Life sees us,
gather 'round watching the new thing breathe.
Many don't understand,
how they work together...
Yet when something is born,
and dies right after, you don't even ruffle a feather.
So now you know,
Life and Death are the same...
Yet life gives,
and Death destroys whats already came.
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