Reunion - Poem by Aram Stefanian
It happened so fast that Damien had no time to feel fear
After the plane crashed in flames, he was absorbed into a heat wave
As the scorching darkness faded out, Damien heard, ''Fancy meeting you here
For you it's already adios muchachos, you don't even have a grave''
The quivering voice rang a bell, and it gave Damien the creeps
That was his old flame who'd taken her own life after they split up
She whispered, ''After you walked out on me, I was desperate and cashed in my chips
For that mortal sin I'm frying in hell waiting for you to turn up''
Tears streamed down Damien's cheeks, and he felt repentant
''I always loved you, Kate, '' he said, ''Forgive me if you can, I was dead wrong
And since love can perform divine intervention, eternal fires are nonexistent
I'll stay with you till hell freezes over, coz in heaven we belong''
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