The Day i Die

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The Day i Die

Status: Finished

The Day i Die

Poem by: J A Morales

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Genre: Poetry

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I have always believed that i would die in a car crash

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I have always believed that i would die in a car crash

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Submitted: February 10, 2007

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Submitted: February 10, 2007

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It will be a cold one for me
Looking at the sky as I lay bleeding
My heart begins to slow
I look around for someone to take away the pain

A tear falls knowing that it’s the end
I want to sob like a child
My blood feels warm on me
I see the steam rise from the pool that surrounds

I see the people that I will miss
I hope that I’ve done them proud
I don’t want to go
Fighting a losing battle because I am so frail

Twisted metal grabs at me
Broken glass pillows my head
My heart is fighting now
I try to move but my body doesn’t want to

I look into the sky again
Hoping what I believe will be there
I hope he’ll take me
I look around for him to take away my pain

I beg that I’ll be different
Changing my life to better be loved
I notice my blood is sticky
The sky is black and  I prepare to sleep eternally


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