Soon We Will Be Done - Poem by Gerry Legister
Just another teenager looking forward to more thrills,
The more fascination found, the more I anticipated bliss
Enticing charm in the assignment that pleasure compels,
Prophecy of light extends beyond the realm of darkness.
Charity perceive benefits before goodly deeds are done,
And what great event on planet stage will happen next?
When the world holds timid breath filled with derision,
Inside enthused passion we bequeath advances to exit.
When we toil hard, the next moment may bring reward
Of anxiety in more pleasures over life conquering death,
Without enthusiasm of joy to share process going forward,
Inevitable date is stored for time to steal our last breath.
When riches fail, realization that no more reward will come,
We must go, anticipate life on this terrain soon will be done.
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