Calling From the Distant

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Religion and Spirituality  |  House: Booksie Classic
When death arrives at the palm of our hands, we have nothing else to do but to accept the bitter truth.

Submitted: October 20, 2013

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Under no circumstances would I give the remedy,

with each minute passing by reduces your life.

My heart will not drown in sorrow or mourning.

Perhaps the patient needs to strive.

‘Oh Heartless Vermin!’ said the creature.

‘Oh what a pity’ said I.

 

 

It is quarter to two and time froze by.

The silence slowly gripped my mind.

Staring at the blank space waiting for the life.

Perhaps the patient is becoming blind.

‘Oh Heartless Vermin!’ said the creature.

‘Oh what a pity’ said I.

 

 

The glazing envious sun threw a ray of light,

commanding its force to save its life.

My eyes however will not blink.

Perhaps the patient is mentally deprived.

‘Oh Heartless Vermin!’ said the creature.

‘Oh what a pity’ said I.

 

 

 


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