Red death’s shadow don’t take away my soul / Poem by Diana Skrapari

Poem by Diana Skrapari
 
 
Red death’s shadow don’t take away my soul
 
I ask God to feel,
And He gave me a heart,
I asked God to breathe,
And He gave me the lungs and a nose,
I asked God to listen,
And He gave me the free will,
I asked to be free like the air,
And He gave me wings,
But the sky has darkened,
The day when the red death arose,
She took everything from me,
Chained my hands,
And made my soul prisoner,
Blinded people,
By giving them cruelty,
The red death died one day,
But her shadow flanks again,
In the dark heads,
Wanting to destroy the most precious treasure,
We hold in our interior,
That is called our soul …
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