Lento Maez


Not Crazy


I’m convinced I’m not crazy
And I’ll tell you why
I do have to warn you
It may make you cry
I looked death in the face
We were in a close race
As I lay in my death bed
I was beginning to dread
That my faith had deserted me
But where could it flee
Then a calmness befell me
I was able to see
All the good I had done here
My heart filled with glee
Death no longer scared me
For I was able to see
Being kind to others
Allows one to fly
To one’s just reward
High in the sky

Submitted: Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 13, 2014

Topic of this poem: death


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