rachel daverm


Reincarnation - Poem by rachel daverm

When i die,
No one will cry,
Because they all know,
That i love them so.

When i come back,
As a dog or a cat,
Tell Jack,
That i wanted to be a bat.

They're all still loved,
Don't ever forget,
That you are beloved,
But please don't fret.

You are the ones,
That make me feel goos,
I loved those guns,
You kept in your hood.

Every night,
I lay in bed,
Thinking of fright,
And hare to think of bad things i dread.

Last night was worst,
I laid up all night crying,
Then someone burst,
Sighing.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 9, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011


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