The Second Chance

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
"The Second Chance" is a poem about death and how many times we dangerously play with. But once we are before her, then we beg a second chance to still living.

Submitted: October 21, 2008

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Submitted: October 21, 2008



Don’t say anything, be quiet. I know that silence;
don’t say words that it takes away my breath.
I just ask you for a second chance;
I know, I made a lot mistakes in the past.
I may not have been a good husband,
a better father, or a good Christian.
Just a second chance.
I've remembered, as if I often offended you;
one of those, when I drove my car such like a crazy;
suddenly a strident impact, and you closer than me.
Or, that party night, more liquor than joys;
a fight begun among screams and cries,
you were closer than me, once again.
I know, you are here, I ask you for a second chance;
I would like to think, it is a dream,
and if someone wake me up to rap on the door,
and ask me who I’m talking with;
I would answer. It’s the death, who is walking away.

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