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loss, sad, sympathy, me, me,
That pressures me
That showed me "true" beauty on the TV
That tell what I can't and what I can
That has only began
That makes everything but me a priority
That rules by the majority
That makes me numb
That took away my freedom
R. e. taylor
death, introspection, lifelife,
How can one’s life be summed up?
Did their children grow up happy?
Were they happy with their decisions?
Their accomplishments in life
Did they make enough money?
Did they make others smile?
Were they able to love?
What did the say to those who mattered?
How many times did they say “I love you”?
Could they walk past and needy man and not help?
Did they ever speak to a lonely stranger?
A single box
Brown and sealed with tape
Their life sealed inside
No name written on the outside
A single box is all that remains
Nothing else matters
That one box
Stored in the back of a garage
That is the sum of a person’s life
And that is just sad