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Death, where are you

While sitting alone today, I think of death, it was the day of May The day, death stole my whole family away death where are you When it comes to taking me, why were you shy O death, please take me, I also want to die I can t live these emotions, with water in my eye death where are you Infront of me I saw my parents fighting for life I was breathless, yet don t know how alive They all died, but I managed to survive death where are you Death we have enmity, coz you make it my destiny To be forsaken by my family for eternity I also want to have parent s love, but I m not that lucky death where are you A fiction poem for the contest "Rhyme and Refrain " Sponsor " Broken Wings " 9 May 2018

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Date: 6/17/2018 4:54:00 AM
Love this poem, whether first hand or imagined it is as if lived... loss and sadness are lessons for us all.. beautifully expressed.
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Date: 6/2/2018 6:45:00 PM
A very powerful write, Faraz. Well done and congrats on your win.
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Date: 5/19/2018 8:47:00 AM
A very sad write Faraz.
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Date: 5/17/2018 2:55:00 PM
The tragedy resonates and echoes, Faraz. Death can't be 'glossed over,' can it? ~ Gershon (from one who knows whereof you speak/write)
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Date: 5/15/2018 2:48:00 PM
Faraz, congratulations on your win in my contest, well done ~
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Date: 5/14/2018 4:42:00 PM
Congratulations on your placement with this very emotional poetry. I thought was real and could feel the heartache and loss. Very well written!
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Date: 5/10/2018 5:05:00 PM
Reads like a good contender for the contest. Thanks for letting us know it is fiction ..Thank you for dropping by my page. Sara
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Date: 5/10/2018 7:22:00 AM
My goodness, you had me sitting on the edge of my seat Faraz, nearly crying my eyes out. So glad to see it was fiction after all. A mark of a great poet to be able to do that. Bravo and a fave....Maria :)
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