Never The End



Burying is always seen as lamentable
Something. But, why is it the case?
Why is it that we have this problem,
 This brain fog with burying things?



How come some of us still
Yet to realize that for you to
Cone alive, you need to be
Like, see planted to have any chance.



For you to blossom into perfect you
Into different  wonderful parts,
You need to be planted and
only then can you come alive.




Multiplicity is a wonderful thing.
A lone seed gergerminatesto a
Multiple parts, blobloomsnto what
Was planted never for once looked like.



Anyway you decide to view it
From: Christ was planted and
He became Savior, seedlings
Are planted not only to feed us but.


To maintain their lineage on earth
Where many animated and inanimate
Before may have disappeared for good
And become history.



Talking about history, playing it is
Turning out to be losers game these
Days. To endure?- you needed to be
Planted, watered, and looked after.



Burying is never as bad as humans think
Never as we take it to be, never a final
It is never the end but just the beginning.
Many are yet to realize this.

About this poem

The misconception we have about deaths.

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Written on March 19, 2024

Submitted by Philipo on March 19, 2024

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Scheme AXXB XCDX CXEX FXGX XEBG XGXD XXDX XAFX
Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 1,107
Words 236
Stanzas 8
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4

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  • susan.brumel
    I enjoyed your poem very much. Many of my poems are spiritual as well.
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