Kimani wa Mumbi
When I Die - Poem by Kimani wa Mumbi
When I die, they'll have just a moment of silence
just a single one.
They'll feel sad but 'am sure no one'll cry.
They'll put me to the ground quick and
move on wit their business.
Poor me - no wife to mourn me,
Kids to miss me,
Father to lose me.
Mama might cry to death - only one that loves me!
And sis and bro, too!
When dead - no heaven to receive me
Hell'll be a party;
Devil and his cousins'll be mad happy.
They'll want to put me head of department,
Of those that're alcoholics, and die of it!
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