Tell Me How You’d Live | Short Poem No. 73

Tell me how you'd live
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Tell me how you’d live
if you knew just how you’d die.
And then tell me why.

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© Joey Blue and writingwithstrangers.com, 2019, except where noted. All rights reserved.

Author: Jonathan Pines

I'm writing with all of life's saltiness, perfecting poetry in the process.

17 thoughts on “Tell Me How You’d Live | Short Poem No. 73”

  1. Should we live our lives differently if we knew how we would die? Or should we always live according to the principles we believe in, regardless of the final outcome?

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  2. Hmmm… With no more preventable mistakes; room for everyone; love for everyone; accepting of everyone…
    And, I’d like to die in my sleep, like my grandpa… Not screaming like the passengers in his car! Hahahaha… Yes, it’s an old joke, but it always tickles me.
    Really good post filled with a lot of thought for anyone who reads it. Very nice, Joey!

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