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The Bonds Of Life And Death

The Bonds of Life and Death Are Strong

Anyone Can Be Struck Down Dead or Brought to life at anytime

Death Isnt Something That Should be Feared

What Should be Feared You Ask?

It is Life of Course

Life The One That Brings You All the Pain When Your Family Dies

Yes it is Life, Life is the Thing to be Feared, Fear the Pain the Hurt.

If there wasn’t Life You Wouldn’t Have to Worry About People Dieing

But if there wasn’t Death You Wouldn’t Have to Worry About Life.

Life and Death Are a Pointless Fear.

You Know What I Say F.ck Life and F.ck Death

Life and Death Are Worthless And You Wanna Know Something?

Life Can Be Controlled As Long as You Do Something With It As Can Death.

If Your the One Who Smokes and Drinks Your Just Throwing Away Your Life.

So Don’t Hate Death because You Have No Self Control Of Your Life

And Your Life is So F.cked Up Because You Don’t Have a Good Job Because You Didn’t Get a F.cking Education.

Mabye If You Werent Out With Your Idiotic Friends Smoking Crack and Not Going to Your Classes Mabye You Would Have a Good Education.

So Get Off Your Lazy Butt and Go Back to School.

Stop Hating Life Because You Ruined Your Life.

Then You Want Death to Come Faster Because You Ruined Your Life.

Iananno Manning

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Love Eternal

In death there is beauty
We will sleep like angels
With the tranquility of innocence

Death will not conquer our love
As we are bounded by memories,
And our love will flourish

Death is our sadness
For I will long for your flesh,
But our journeys will not be far apart

Death is our sanctuary
From the woes of life;
In death we will find peace

Death brings us unwavering hope
For the time of resurrection;
In death we will find love eternal.
Bernice W. Wilson

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I Cannot Say What Death Is


I cannot say what Death is
Or what it means
Or whether it means anything
I cannot say what Death is.

One day a person you care about is here
And then they are not.
One day I will not be here too
And others will mourn for me.

Death is Cruel
And Death is Evil
And Death is the End of Each of us
God curse Death
And let us never say goodbye to those we love.
Shalom Freedman

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Why Did Death Take You Away?

This year marked the anniversary of your death.
When you first died I couldn't take a breath.
I can't believe you've been gone so long.
It's sad you died at twenty-nine, you were wronged.
I know death is part of life's grand design.
We mourned your death for oh so long, we still morn to this day, but we're resigned.
Death is part of lives great design.
Many think death is divine or of God's design.
So, even though death took you away.
Our love for you is always here to stay.
I still ask; Why did death take you away?
Maybe the answer to that question will never go away.

*This poem is a tribute to my little sister, Tchinina. She died on May 2,2003 at the age of 29.
Nichole Kaci McKnight

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