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  197.     

battlefield

battlefield awash with blood
pieces of flesh hanging of their
bodies of conquest

death looms over a field of war
men battle back and forth
arrows skewer eyes and bare flesh
on this place of death

swords clash sword come back and
high, then bites deep into armour
that crumbles as if made of leather
on this place of death

back and forth a battle rages
just one or the other to
gain a foot and lose two
on this place of death

the stupidity of man to turn to war
when other options are at hand
to stop a conflict becoming out of hand
on this place of death

on a battlefield of death.
 
graham russell

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  198.     

Death

Death is not death.
If birth is a manifestation of life,
Death is another.
So why bother with death?
Why bother with death any more than with birth?

Every thought about death
Takes a moment of life away.
 
Dejan Stojanovic

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  199.     

Enormous and Vibrant Temple

I want to bury myself away in an enormous and vibrant temple
I say death, and all the flowers come in
And flowers don't feel anymore

I am free of my conscious soul
I was half - death made me whole

Illogical sleeping habits never appealed to me
I have always wondered - I am dead and I am free

Sleeping is not what death is about
It's not what breath is about

I'm feeling like a lonely lover,
Who won't wait until its over

Death just hase to be nice
Pink, plausible virtues gather around me to celebrate my death

I need to be silent, I need to be alone
And death is the cradle - although made of stone
 
Ankita Sharma

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  200.     

Death is Simple, Death is Sweet

Death be simple, death be sweet.
Take her from pain
Take her to freedom
Her breathing became slower
My heart broke deeper.
I will forever miss her
But I know
Death is simple
Death is sweet
It took her
Away from pain
Away from Sadness
Away from this endless chaos we call life
So forever I will know
Death is Simple
Death is Sweet
 
Sandra van Coppenhagen

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