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A Painful Death

To die laughing is glorious
The most glorious of all glorious deaths
Glorious deaths, which include
To die in a battlefield
To die standing
To die praying
All of which
Death at childbirth
Is not a part
The death, which took from me
From me, my Anamee Bou
And the unborn child
A death in which she died crying
The most mournful of all deaths.

Copyright © Ndubisi Chiagoziem | Year Posted 2016

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