The Last Mile

The Last Mile

A Poem by Ezel_Amaru

They say heavens a mile away
A journey that'll take more than a day
More than a calender year , more than a decade
I repeat but with much dismay 
Everybody want to go to heaven but fear their own ill fate
A question outlived threw the ages, 
but only answered when its to late
"What is the meaning of life? What is the purpose ?"
Perhaps a test upon ourselves to equivalate
I render myself humble , yet am I met with stones
thrown by shadows of gools and goons 
Laughter consumes the air , faint whispers battle threw
to reach my core , 
As if to designated to explode upon contact with my soul
I've been met at a crossroad
Heavy hands seem useless when one carries the stress of a globe
Legs stagger for balance , no time to question you must move as a whole
Mind , Spirit , and Physical form
Fall not to temptation and stroll threw the valley of death as 1 man alone
The same you were born the same you shall go
Only lying in your path is the opportunity to grow...

© 2012 Ezel_Amaru



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WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I AM TOTALLY IN AWE RIGHT NOW.... SO MUCH DEPTH, AND TRUTH,
I APPRECIATE THIS PIECE... GREAT WORK!!!

Posted 5 Years Ago


A nice inquiry into the big questions.

Posted 5 Years Ago



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Ezel_Amaru
Ezel_Amaru

Ciudad De Dios, NJ



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I barreled my way here January 2nd E.T.A was for the first ,but good things come to those who wait. I opened a wattery eye , and embraced the world for what it would be, what it would make me, Who.. more..

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