beast of burden

Playground In The Sky - Poem by beast of burden

Life blood thickens
Barely pulsating
through my veins
Memories of my life
briefly pass
through my mind

Breathing ceases
Yet I am alive
I am blanketed
in white feathers
that have fallen
from the sky

I hear violins
softly playing
And delicate
doves whispering
to my soul

I find myself
being lifted
Toward a light
above the clouds

I hear the
childlike laughter
of angels
As I enter
God’s playground
in the sky

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 25, 2005

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