Eternety

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This poem was inspired by the very sad book Before I Die.

Submitted: November 28, 2011

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A bird sits on the ground

A bird with black feathers

exept for a soul stripe of blue

It caalls aloud with a scream

it sounds of a new born baby

and the rasp of your last breath

It hopes gracefuly into the sky

full of dreadful beauty

and lands on a pill of sand

the color of golden rays of the sun

trapped in pearls

It lands just long enough

to pick up a tiny grain

no bigger then a pin head

then it flys off and drops it

in a new pill half of the first

only to repeat the process

when there is no longer a

hill or even a grain

that alone is an eternety

a thousand life times gone

with out you. 


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