As my life gets so complex, I slowly massage my neck. I scratch my head knowing I’m truly dead. I can't begin to express my loneliness. I can sit here in my room contemplating my doom. This cloud of gloom won't pass me by. Alas, I don't know why.
You were a last reach at humanity. I guessed at the decision and got such a calamity. All I wanted was a friend. Instead I lost all hope in the end of sanity.
As I felt my head leave my neck, you bagged my air and said what the heck; you tried your best, a feeble attempt, at a molesting order. I said look over your shoulder, a sky so blue and clear it removed the tears from my eyes as I said goodbye.
You so coldly left my body in such a disarrayed exposed to all on that horrible day. In the back seat of a car, white in color, I always knew it would be a brother. One with no sense of others only a frustration unto himself his impotency and broken mind has caused my death before it's time.
There is only one thing left to do as I cruse toward the judgment land. I'll ask god to forgive you. As you walk this life, just remember your fall from grace and try to make a vow to always protect instead of ****, To hold dear and get out of your own way make it clear you were to let go and to stay clear.
To learn and live, find another, begin again. Just remember your vow remains till time will end. Your death could be eternal over and over again. Through the non ending flames of his judgment, fear lives long, but forgiveness wins.
Shekhinah En Ka Mitt(C) 3/30/09