Elizabeth Turner

Rookie (Kentucky)

Life And Death - Poem by Elizabeth Turner

Life is great.

Life is depressing

Life is dull.

Life is exciting.

Life is boring.

Life is everything.

Life is nothing.

Life is positive.

Life is negative.

Life is a roller-coaster
that travels through
love and stops
for exhibits of pain
and pleasure along
the way.

Death is peaceful.

Death is dreadful.

Death is to be frowned upon.

Death is to smile at.

Death is painful.

Death is harmless.

Death is called for.

Death is not asked for.

Death is the end.

Death is the beginning.

Death is Life's older
sister that enjoys
stealing Life's
play-toys.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 30, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, May 30, 2011


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