The Man

Sat, 09/21/2013 - 23:50 -- alan


25829 drew ave. San Benito Tx.
United States
26° 11' 3.3576" N, 97° 36' 31.77" W

A man who's life was strife by death left mights in his regrets.

Life can be a pain and with punishment they may blame,

but one thing that it gives,

its forgivness for you'r sins.

As the man shouts to death

his doubts start to raise.

"If i shall die today, I will say good bye to all my friends,

except for a few odds and ends.

In that chosen day, when i deprive myself form life.

I will not longer be alive.

Looking back at my times of joy,

I was ready to deploy

the object that will painlessly destroy me."

As fast as a flash

there was only a splash,

and a body laid on the ground,

without a sound.

The man waching from the stars,

knowledgeable of the scars

he had left behind to mankind,

was now happy,

for his soul will forever stroll inside a celestial hole.


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