Who Ever Dies Last

Watching the vultures circle above
Wishing I was in Love.
Sitting here, holding back a tear
Wondering were you are my Dear?

I know, I have had a bad past,
and I fligh my flag, half mast.
Whoever dies last,
Don't worry our Love will Last

Before you my Love,
it seams I will depart.
I'll go to the angels above,
leaving with a heavy heart.

Who ever dies last,
their life they have cast.
As I sit here and cry,
I ask my lord Why?

So until we met again,
In the bright light, no pain.
Who ever dies last,
I know our love will last

by David Darbyshire

Comments (3)

Your poems are getting longer, Dave, and more philosophical. This one is obviously popular. But I like your funny ones best. Love, Fran xx
Really liked this one David some lovely lines, and good use of repetition a poem which grows on you with each read.... shall go into my favs. nice one. Vincent
Good rhyme, with a twist of romantic view.