Jacob Wortman


Life To Death - Poem by Jacob Wortman

From being born
To your first day of kindergarten
From walking the halls of your high school
To living on your own in college
From starting your own family
To raising your children the best you can
Its watching your grandchildren grow
but above all its about living your life being happy
But someday everyone must die and go to a new place.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 10, 2011



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