Oscar Dhonesquil Esquilona
The Kiss Of Death - Poem by Oscar Dhonesquil Esquilona
The years have consumed the life
Some angels are hovering over a dead body
The long time of silence inside
Has taken the breath of each creature
The beauty that was once well-known
Now lost its tenderness from within and without
A song for the souls departed
Are now heard as petition for their souls' deliberation.
Death comes, life leaves!
Uninvited, yet so certain.
Every beginning has its end
A reality that we'll all be facing!
A kiss of death is inevitably coming...
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