Jules Clare

Rookie (Carmarthen, Wales)

Heaven and Hell


Life is like a dream
Life is full of self esteem
Life is not what it seems

Death is in the past
Death is life overcast
Death is breath at it's last

Heaven is high in the sky
Heaven is when you joyfully die
Heaven is where you silently lie

Hell is full of pain
Hell is for the psychologically insane
Hell is full of personal disdain

Life is now
Death is three score and ten
Heaven is a vow
I wish I knew now what I knew then

Submitted: Thursday, April 04, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 11, 2013
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I wrote this in April 2013 at home and marks consolidation of my recovery from a long period of depression. Writing poetry improves my self esteem although I find it impossible to write when negative. My friend Harry asked me to write a poem about heaven after he tasted a pint of Theakston's bitter

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