Last Wish

Posted: December 2, 2013 in Poetry
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If I die young, here is my last wish.
Lay me down at the feet of his mother.
Remember everything I accomplished.
Light candles and comfort one another.

Know I have found bliss in the afterlife.
When I die, read my journals and poems.
Remember me as someone who loved life.
Remember my joy and not my problems.

Try to understand my love for the host.
Allow my life to be a sign of hope.
Say my last rites in the place I loved most.
In my hands, the rosary from the pope.

And promise me that you won’t forget me,
Know that my death is what has set me free.


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