From Life Of Pain To Death: Poem About The Convictions And Pains Of The World

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From Life of Pain to DeathThere are many thoughts,That comes across my headAnd even in the silence,Without a solution, I am dead.In this bitter night of cold,A hug was all I wantedPain of course has returnedAnd just confusion was what I told.Not knowing the real meaning of life,I searched for a clue.Soon realized,I didn't ...view middle of the document...

The time has come,The end is nearAlways worryingWith just one tear.I know it is worthlessOf crying out my pain,But I am certainThat this is sure the day.The time is nearAnd my pain will come to an end.I am so sureThat all my sins will someday mend.I can see it bright,Being only a lightIlluminating the entire, dark night.I am truly scaredAnd I have a bad feeling,But it all soon goesBy just discovering its true meaning.I try to understandThat my last hope has been givenOf all the thingsThat this sacrifice has driven.My pain has gone awayAs I notice that night has turned to daySuddenly wishingThis would all end, my way.I look back downNoticing my tears.I see my frownChirping of birds is what he who hears.My body is on the floorI cannot take it any moreI turn up highAnd suddenly sigh.My journey has begunAs I take my last breathI know it is all doneFrom life to death.

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