Life and Death (Poem)


Life and Death(poem)

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If life gave me one last minute,

Let it erase,

All those tears I cried,

 On lonely nights when my heart pounded

Like marching soldiers in a platoon.

My hopeless days of anxiety and discontentment,

My bitter regrets and sore disappointments,

All my dreams that weren't to be,

Not this time,

Bid them far from me.

If life gave me one last minute,

I'll paint the sunshine on my rainy days,  

Tiny doses of laughter in the moments bittersweet,

The glimmer of hope that trickled through my fears,

Every prayer that was right on time,

I'll seal them forever in the realms of my mind.

If this is my last,

God, let me have this peace,

 Life is filled with a million memories,

Some are too painful to forget,  

Take me home in cheerful colors,

I pray my soul finds rest in thee,

Life is meant to be celebrated. 

Annette Kinglock-Murray

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  1. Nice poem. I have recently written poems on life, death, and afterlife. So I could relate to this poem. Nicely written 🙂

  2. A very interesting poem. I don’t really read poems but this was a thought provoking one. Thank you for sharing.

    1. You're most welcome. Thank you very much for lending me your precious time 🤗


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