Monday, September 20, 2010

Life and Death by Isaiah Hardman

Life and Death

Although life’s fruitful,

Although life’s sweet,

Life is not life’s greatest treat.

For at some time in man’s short life,

He will decide through toil and strife,

That his light is gone; his journey’s through,

To all his loved ones: “Toodle-oo”.

And then that night, he’ll go to sleep,

And in the morn his kin will weep

And though he’s in a better place,

Please do not follow him in haste.

1 comment:

LisAway said...

Okay, the rhythm and rhyme is excellent but his word usage is just awesome. What a smartie!