Treasure Island

Sapher Wolf


Life And Death


Life is like a miracle
That is special in every way
Death is like a heartache
That only wants to stay
Life is like a song
That plays over and over again
Death is like the part
That puts it to an end
Life is like joy
That puts a smile on peoples face
Death is like a pathway that doesn't leave a trace
Life is like a box full of glowing light
Death is like a dark hole where there is nothing that is bright
Life can bring happiness and laughter
It is like the beginning of a book, the start of a new chapter
Death can bring sadness and tears
And sometimes when when death passes, not everything is clear
Life is bright as sun rays
Death is like a reminder that not everyone can stay

Submitted: Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Edited: Thursday, January 24, 2008
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