This Poem was Submitted By: James McInnis On Date: 2001-03-13 01:38:16 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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A Night Like Any Other

Oh! say 'Good bye,' One last try To march the mile To that worthwhile. Swallow them down; Feel the pound As it slows down, And ebbs its sound. Embrace the black, And face the fact: This is the end; You could not bend. You wake and roll To not a soul; It's not the end! You still can't bend.

Copyright © March 2001 James McInnis

Additional Notes:
this is a very dear work to me in its third incarnation. i thought a brush with death might help me appreciate life, so i ingested an unknown quantity of unmarked pills.

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