Terence G. Craddock
Never Will Life Now Over...
funeral was today life is over...
game show 'This Is Your Life'?
is now new season filming canned...
supporting events functions
marriage work holidays
supporting cast friends
odyssey over days...
hard or encyclopedia
object in limelight
know now has no feelings
whos whats wheres
cease erased questions
whatever you did not know
could not answer...
you will never know
in timed out finalities
pictures postcards letters texts
will sign post forgotten days...
offspring many yet
impersonal celebrate not
past sorrows joys...
life for most is a collection
of small lives...
small days each day lived
singularly one at a time
over to expire...
so spend days with paintbrush strokes
paintbrushes poetry or flowers
with dreams sunrises sunsets
never stopped for never
will life now over...
Copyright © Terence George Craddock
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Complete version of the split images 'Game Show 'This Is Your Life'? ', 'Sign Post Forgotten Days' and 'Life For Most Is? ' Terence George Craddock.
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