Francis Duggan


No Buisness Of Mine - Poem by Francis Duggan

Though I am one who to a God does not pray
That you believe in a God and on an afterlife with me okay
We all look at things one might say differently
What seems right to you may not be so to me
Of a life after death and the existence of a heaven or hell
Any of the deceased have not come back to tell
Though of my views on the afterlife many tell me I'm wrong
I believe we return to Nature since to her we belong
And whether I am cremated and my ashes on Nature's bosom spread around
Or buried in a coffin in a cemetery in a hole in the ground
Such things do not matter to the forever gone
And life in the World without me will go on
We look at life differently that suits me fine
And what you believe in is no business of mine.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 12, 2009



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