Reborn From Death

January 6, 2010
By superfly BRONZE, Roy, Utah
superfly BRONZE, Roy, Utah
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Reborn From Death
We don’t see death itself
But we see the death of loved ones
We can’t touch death
But we can feel it all too well
Death some most would say is necessary
For there is death before growth
But from the death of my own
I have yet to see the growth
I still hope that one day I will see the growth
But as I think long and deeply
I notice, I notice to see growth I might have looked in the wrong place
Maybe looked for the light in the wrong face
For through this death I have been reborn, and I have grown
Through this death my loved ones around me have grown
And maybe, just maybe
Just the slightest bit
This world has grown too

The author's comments:
My fathers death and what i have learned from it inspired me to write this poem

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