Live or Die

February 10, 2009
By Kenzie BRONZE, Sterling Heights, Michigan
Kenzie BRONZE, Sterling Heights, Michigan
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Life, and death. Two different words, but with a meaning. Life, full of color, aspiration, and peace. Death, sorrowful, depressing, dead. Death, a dead rose, with petals of midnight black, and the gray rain that falls upon the flower. Life, the rainbow, shown after the grayness of the world, like losing something, but earning it back. Life is what we are doing, dying is what we hope not to do in life, but eventually have to go through. Death is the cause of most depression in life, when you lose a loved one in life. But all you have to say is: "I'll see you soon." You may pick an aspiration in life, I have two chocies for you, live, or die.


The author's comments:
This piece came to me, very quickly. With my great grandmother dying a few months ago, I thought I would make a poem dedicated to her, and her life, and her depressing death. It brought darkness upon me, and my family, but we soon got over it, and told ourselves, we will se her one day.

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Kenzie BRONZE said...
on Apr. 5 2009 at 9:25 pm
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