Death Comes Faster

August 9, 2009
By RaeJones BRONZE, Rome, New York
RaeJones BRONZE, Rome, New York
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I was told she was going to die.
In sixth monthes or more.
Nothing less.
It'd take time to kill her body and her soul.
She'd wither away ever so slowly.
But they lied when they told us her time.
She has less than a month and as the clock ticks by,
She draws in deep breaths and another minute is gone.
Her life will end, the world will forget, but in God she trusted and believed.
He will take her undamaged soul to heaven to rest in less than thirty days.

The author's comments:
For Phoebe Renzi, my grandmother.
I love you more than you know.

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