Jodie Louise Pollock

(22.04.93 / Sunderland)

Death


Death is cruel,
Death is unfair,
Why death?
Does death care?

Death is unkind,
Death breaks hearts,
Why death?
Do you like to part?

Death is here,
Death is there,
Why death?
Why be everywhere?

Death is the end,
Death is to die,
Why death?
To make people cry?

Death was created,
Death is still here,
Why death?
We live in fear,

Death is death,
Death is dead,
Why death?
Because death said.

Submitted: Monday, February 23, 2009
Edited: Monday, February 23, 2009

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  • Gogo Amin (5/9/2013 10:18:00 PM)

    the moving from white to black area got to make you go through gray area which all are blind and fear unknown and guaranteed that what is called wondering and others called gambling and others say take it easy and others wash their hands but the reality that you are dead believe in nothing and judge others on their believes... (Report) Reply

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