ANTONIO MCKINNEY, Sr.

(01-19-1980 / Detroit, MI)

Death Reveals A Woman


In the face without masks
Death is a woman
In the moment you know yourself
Death is a woman
At the end of all questions
Death is a woman
As the well of all answers
Death is a woman
At the end of all regrets
Death is a woman
In the liberation through tears
Death is a woman
As the relief from battle
Death is a woman
In the loving embrace
Death is a woman
In the dreamless sleep
And in the endless peace
Death is a woman.
10-12-2007

Submitted: Friday, October 19, 2007
Edited: Monday, April 18, 2011

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