Of love and other rights of passage

May 31, 2009
By Lucythebardess BRONZE, Doncaster, Other
Lucythebardess BRONZE, Doncaster, Other
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Of death

Trace your fingers to the name, hold on for as long as you can
Because photographs and epitaphs will never do a human justice
Of justice and death you ask
Surely the latter shouldn’t be the answer nor a partner in words
Yet in death do with dignity as one would do with life
And in life, treat tomorrow as death, hold on for as long as you can.


The author's comments:
A tribute to all who have lost .

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