I Don’t Believe In Death

I don’t believe in death, who comes in silent stealth, he robs us only of a breath, not of a lifetime’s wealth. I don’t believe in the tomb, imprisons us in earth, it’s but another loving womb, preparing our new birth. I do believe in life, empowered from above, till freed from stress and worldly strife, we soar through realms above. I do believe that then, in joy that never ends, we’ll meet all those we’ve loved again and celebrate our friends. – Grief Loss Poems Facebook

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