The Day I die

The day I die,

My world would end,


My life would go on,

In the love I shared,

The tender touches I made,

With my softness wherever I could,

In the beautiful places my feet trodded,

The smile I spread,

On faces unknown to me,

Acts which were lofty,

deeds done defying selfishness,

care given impartial of return,

eternal moments with my loved ones,

and I would rejoice in heaven,

of my life on earth well lived.

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