Biographical Poetry posted February 27, 2023

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How to remember me when I die.

When I Die

by Charity Stewart

When I die don't bury me in the dirt.

Try to remember in my poems I always put God first.

When I die, just know my pain was the worst.

When I die, it was nothing left for me on this earth.

When I die, don't mourn over my casket.

Cremation is my request, my money won't go to those government bastards.

Being God's messenger made me a powerful hazard.

I'll die from being severely broken and battered.

I fought the good fight, I completed my assignment.

It's a miracle over the years my life started to show signs of refinement.

Tug of war between my struggles and victory.

Unresistable demonic traps, so strong and slippery.

I reached out but no one answered my calls.

Uncontrolled thoughts ricocheting off the walls.

When I die, remember all the lives that were blessed.

My tormented soul can finally lay to rest.

In life I know I wasn't the best.

Lifeless being , fully distressed.

I took care of others, never looking out for myself.

By the time I noticed, I was far beyond help.

All I needed was someone I could talk to.

Talking led to judgement so that helpful door I never walked through.

I'm starting to lose myself, time for me to abandoned ship.

I'm too dangerous to be alive if you get my drift.

When I die, my poems will flow through the nations.

I'm calling on you God but I'm tired of being patient !

If you hear my poems on the radio, don't change the station.

Suicidal ideation, I'll never give up my location.

Hated by many, loved by few.

No longer wanting to see hell, I want a heavenly view.

When you glance in your drink, my face will appear.

Smiling back at you so cheers!!

The beaming morning sun will let you know I'm near.

When I die, there will be nothing left for me to fear

I lost relationships, licenses and competitions.

When I die, I will no longer be in a horrific position.

When I die, a legend I will become.

As death approaches, deliverance out of the trenches I succumb.

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