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The Point of no Return
by Evelyn  Espinosa

It's the middle of the night
and I'm lying on my bed
telling myself everyone is 
born to die some day.

Today is my day.
In minutes I'll leave this world
to a place better than this
where it's not freezing and cold.

This is it; I have in my 
hands what in minutes kills,
that is, if you want to know,
twenty different pills.

As I swallow each one, my 
stomach starts to burn 
and I see everything spinning, 
giving each other turns.

Suddenly I remember what 
my priest once said.
He told me God will decide
when he wants me dead.

Now, I don't want to go 
and I don't want to leave,
but it's too late; I'm Falling 
down, while my body feels so weak.

I thought the worst paim was 
facing the struggles of life,
so I stopped and fought no more,
for this I knew I was right.

To my surprise I was wrong
I should've not gotten tired,
because now I'm feeling a worse
pain as my body rots in fire.
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Poem ID: 82647   Poem Posted: 3/31/2006
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