Wednesday, December 20, 2017

A Poem about Death: "When I Die"



Photo by Simeon Muller on Unsplash

When I die, don't mourn on my grave
Don't offer flowers nor prayers
Never weep your precious tears
For you never love me when I was alive

When I die, look for someone else to care
But please, all our memories don't share
Forget everything and burn my memoirs
For I was a ghost when I was with you before

When I die, please love yourself more
Find your missing pieces and be restore
For you think you deserve better for sure
Just like your conventional lore

When I die, I want you to be happy
Don't make your life miserable and scrappy
I want you to be good and cheery
Just like the old days when you're very jolly

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Think of the most memorable event that you have spent with your love one when you think you're dying. But I'm pretty sure you will be missed most because you're worthy to be with according to your poems. Nice poem man.

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