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God’s Suicide Note by Thabang Ngoma

Thabang Ngoma | June 13th, 2014 | a poem a day challenge | No Comments

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[tab id=1]Why do the dead always seem like they still had so much left to do?
Yes it’s true; a dead man is a dead man and none death can undo
But to see his pale, blue-grey face, like the setting moon
Makes one wonder if his time had not come too soon

Looking prim and proper in a suit and shoes all new
Perhaps ready to meet his maker for the final interview
About all the sins he’s done whilst the truth he knew
Trying to persuade God his life story to review

I can’t help but wonder if perhaps God isn’t bored
With following his own script to our predictable end
Our source of heat and light and order a ticking time bomb
The reason for life a raging inferno from splitting the atom?

Master of the Universe
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[tab id=2]I am an aspiring writer who enjoys reading and writing poetry. And hope to one day persue a career in film as a script writer.[/tab]

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