Ma petit fripon 


Death rattle

Reminiscent of an uprising of crickets ready to battle

Stare at a puffed updiamond heart 

Drumming inside an empty cage. Birds ripped apart.

Gargoyle  stares ignored.

Folk bumble about unaware what is in store for us all- eventually.

The breathe of hades 

Lingers then makes a dash for scant flesh and bones.

Meat is not this gods instrument. Lust causes call for more drones

Sponge, moisten  parched parted  lips

Raven signals the ire of its whips 

The ones who don’t loose it in bedlam excite

Death.    

Invites all loved ones to rally round

Stands by door. Stands back.Admires its ownpower.

A moment to savour for a while more.

Every door closed,  each breath cloys 

Begs for enough fare to cross the distance to embrace elysium air.
Today everyone shall know how close we are to parting from brown soil

Lamb,hatched chickens,babies born in  Cumbersome air.

the cycle must  complete before we can emerge reborn 

Death is inevitable  as necessary as life is to the Cumbaya 

of springs first show of petal.

When you look at the beginning of this  new dawn

Know that when you stand back in awe

It is because you have felt the chill of winters soul depart 

Shed a tear for the snowman who brought  our youth so much joy.

Appreciate death. Stare it in the face 

The sun chants

 count in rosary beads 

tomorrow never dies.

Trying to type something while listening and watching my  grandmother dying.

Rasp

Gasp

I support the assisted dying law.  This is inhumane. 

A selfish farce.
Happy mothers day

Wherever  you go

Wherever  you roam

I hope that it is a place as magnificent as earths revellers make it out to be

Ma petition fripon. J’taime xxxx

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11 thoughts on “Ma petit fripon 

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  2. This is amazing. I support end of life decisions too although I think it needs to be approached with strong mental health and counseling initatives. But suffering without end in sight is inhumane. An excellent piece of writing my girl! xoxo

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