My Request

Poem By Danny Taylor

When my eyes close
And I’m laid to rest
And pounds of dirt
Sit on top of my chest
When my simple existence
Is thriving no more
And my soul is at peace
Like the waves on the shore
When I sleep for the last time
If white light I see
I hope that the angels
Are waiting for me
For if God decides
That it’s my time to go
If I must die with pain
Then let it be so
And my only request
Through my joy and my strife
Is that all of my pain
Reflects all of my life

Comments about My Request

very interesting. very nice. i enjoyed it
A well reasoned and solemn piece Danny. Grandly done.
Ohh BTW no relation!
Yep, that's really good, lovely flow, what a way to go! Nice!
Great poem! I really enjoyed this. Thanks.


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