CB (May 3,1962 / United States)


Vast realm beyond the gate of death,
Where craven scavengers and kings,
Alike, with passing final breath,
Relinquish claim to earthly things.

Endless, unexplored expanse,
Where souls, bereft of mortal clay,
Wander at will, in peace, perchance—
Perchance in strife, who dare would say?

by Raymond Garfield Dandridge

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I really like this one Charlotte. Sincerely Ernestine Northover