RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Moments Between Life And Death - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Separating life and death is not easy, they are both
vibrant and alive, it's just those moments between
them that are silent and mysterious.
How does your soul leave your body and enter heaven
without affecting your being, keeping it intact for
the most part as we look at it.
Shutting down the brain, lungs, heart and stopping
everything else as a result, except for hearing, for
you can still hear a half hour after dying.
Wonder if you remember what is being said afterwards
in these sparse minutes between life and death, knowing
that you remember nothing of life on earth when dying.
Only having been resuscitated will you remember it,
as it comes flooding into your mind then, an amazing
feat to be sure.
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