Jennifer Rondeau

Rookie (03/16/90 / Seoul)

Death


Death is a gift from heavens above,
Death is something you can not run from,
Death is something you can not regret,
Death is a wish,
A wish you might soon to regret,
Death can scare you,
You can not cheat death's design,
Death is not a game,
Death is something you might not win,
When you number is called you know death is calling for you,
Theres no pain, No more regrets, No more broken hearts,
Someday soon we all will die in deaths arms.

Submitted: Monday, May 12, 2008

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  • Rookie Krystal Brown (11/7/2008 1:09:00 PM)

    I can honestly say i really like this poem its true and its part of life many ppl feel different about death but many people can relate to death in many ways. i personally have gone through it and hated it... very well done passionate all the way through (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Bernard Tommy Vue (5/12/2008 2:13:00 PM)

    Not necessary true, we all don't die, our soul still lives on. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Ikari No Mae (5/12/2008 1:57:00 PM)

    that's true we all die but if you want to read a better poem about death on that subject check out some of mine jennifer, but it's still good (Report) Reply

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