Into oblivion

January 17, 2018

The crucially compelling truth befell,
I could hear the siren-like consistency of the knell.
I couldn’t believe that my doom was in such close proximity,
I had lived with complete irresponsibility,
The people we knew, the people we are,
After such tedious years- the knowledge of that, still seems so unbelievably far.
In this last moment, I’m praying for God's benevolence,
Wondering if I’m worthy, as today, I try to see myself from a different lens.
I reflect back on my life before entering into oblivion, Memories of my hostility, with my loved ones, offers me no alleviation.
My life was not spent for a greater cause,
For today, i see how no one is here to give my wasteful years any applause.
In this final fleeting moment I’m buried in regret,
As I enter into eternal sleep ,
I can’t help but feel irrevocably upset.

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on Jan. 23 2018 at 2:02 pm
Falling4uangel PLATINUM, Garner, North Carolina
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