(1772-1834 / Devon / England)

How Much Do I Need?

How much do I need?
How much do I need?
How much do I need?

I don’t know, I don’t know,
I only know-I need, I need some.

Whole world is in my hands,
All the dreams are come true,
All the happiness puts upon me.

Still I need some,
Still I need some,
And still I need some.

When the cart will be stopped;
This may be stopped by death.
No, not at all;
Death will change its track
But not change the demands.
It will change only the pattern
To enter an era
Where all demands will be fulfilled.

Still I am wondering, I am thinking,
I am in puzzle- the scene of mine.

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is he contemplating death?
Sam Amazing showcase of poetry, keep it up