kaliaha hogue


Death


Death is a sharp pain to the heart
Death is a feeling of sadness and a pain that won't go away
Death is a sign to let you know it's your time to go
Death is something you can't run from

Death is a call to heaven or hell
Life is a lease that is to short
Death is a lesson to learn about
Death is an unhappy feeling to go through

Death is the air we breathe
Death is something we will go through soon
Death is something you can't forget about
Life is something to enjoy because it's to short

Life goes by fast
Before you know it you are on your last breath
Death is something to be afraid of
Death is a life long curse for everyone

Death is something we don't want to happen
Death is something we have to stand up to
Death is something that we don't want to go through
Death is something old not brand new.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, July 17, 2012

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  • Rookie Kaliaha Hogue (7/17/2012 1:00:00 AM)

    i speak whats in my heart and im happy to see that people can look at them and copy them and feel the same way (Report) Reply

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