When I Die - Poem by Aidan Ross
When I die, don't cry for me.
For I will be reborn.
Please just laugh for me.
And bury me with the corn.
When I'm gone, don't mourn for me.
For I shall live on.
For godsake, just smile for me.
I am Nature's son.
Don't buy any flowers for me.
For I will not be sad.
Just stay happy for me.
And I'll be very glad.
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