3 September, 2001
author: Rebecca Ditch-Hammack (aka Dreamer)


Walking somberly among the gravestones
stopping to read those he can
the early fog is lifting
and the eerieness subsides

So sad, so many lives now gone
wasted pasts now insignificant
how many times the living go on
with no matter to the past

He walks where once mourning tears fell
attired in black, veiled in sadness
paths once chosen, walked, now ended
no more tomorrows for them

How many of them left life complete
with no remorse to that left undone
he reflects to a day when it be he
who's epitaph will be read


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