Jc. Verro

Rookie (december 12 1989 / Georgia)

Death


Death is forever, so dont flirt with death
Death is painfull, so stay away from knifes
Death is not for lovers, so dont die
Death is not for me, so dont even try
Death is never clear, so be carefull
Death is never fun, so stay away from strangers
Death is never pleasing, so dont get caught up in the hype
Death is never fair, so get use to it
Death is always occuring, so dont forget it
Death is never what u expect, so expect the unexpected
Death is not for you, so please dont give up
Death is forever, so dont forget that

Submitted: Saturday, June 07, 2008

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  • Rookie Emily Core (1/5/2009 1:52:00 PM)

    death can be painfull and peace full good poem but you got the bad things about death but like i said good poem i love it (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Amy Douglass (Fifita) (12/30/2008 4:10:00 AM)

    It's a good poem it really is, but i think death can be pleasing for someone who is suicidal, and if you expect the unexpected then isn't it expected that you die unexpectedly. Even so you will never be fully sure of how you will die which is expected, you could have an idea by getting a diagonosis even so you could get run over by a truck. Anyway awesome poem i like it very very much. (Report) Reply

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