Duncan Livingstone

I Will Never Die - Poem by Duncan Livingstone

Uncle, I promised to die tomorrow but not so
Now that I have extended my life
Please spare me those whips
I know how much you had wished for this
But get used to seeing me around
And keep that bull for another burial
Because I will never die

I also wanted to see your carcass rot nearby
Now that I have extended my life
Please I spare you curses
You know how much I had wished for this
But I'll not get used to you hereby
Because you wanted me to die
But I will never die

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, September 20, 2013

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