Dead Man's Poem

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This is a poem which has a narrator: A dead man.

Submitted: November 23, 2011

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Submitted: November 23, 2011

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A Dead Man's Poem
by: Anne Reyes
I
I remembered when I died,
Many people cried.
II
It's so sad you won't see me again,
But this things will really happen.
III
Death will come out of the blue,
And we won't have a clue.
IV
But I'm happy to die, for I showed humility,
I showed humility, because to die is equality.
V
To mourn is sorrow,
But to be mourned is honor.
VI
Death is like the future we cannot guess,
So before we die, be early to confess.
VII
And when you are so curious to try,
Be careful you could die.
VIII
Be not afraid of death,
For this is what future set.

 


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