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Death Poems About Summons

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Poem Details | by linda smith |
Categories: daughter, death, girlfriend-boyfriend, mother, war, wife, me,

An Early Morning Summons

On a cloudless morning
I awoke to the incessant pounding on my door.
A firm voice on the other side.
A stranger calling my name.
He repeats his call.
Looking out, I see his stripes,
Boots shining brightly,
crisply pressed uniform.
Dread fills my soul
with trembling fingers
I unlock the door.
He asks for me by name.
I confirm.
With tears in his eyes
He tells me the worst.
Of how sorry he is to inform.
Of how I should be proud.
How our country has lost another
proud soldier in this fight.
I say thank you, tears fill my eyes
and I wonder how
I will tell her wife
that has no rights.

Poem Details | by CHICANO EDDIE |
Categories: appreciation, crazy, death, eulogy, family, father, war,



ripped from existence,
ripped from insanity,
ripped of fatherhood,
the early morning derelict
holds life free of charge.
appalled at the leverage
the female voice carries.
appalled at how much
female tears can change.
I’ve been placed at
Hell’s gate to fight my war,
I’ve been placed at
Hell’s gate to fight my 
own death.
they will try to murder
everything that kept me
from murdering myself.
my fight,
my death,
Hell will not take it from me.

By: Chicano Eddie