Before I Go (Epigram #1)

Should this be my last night onΒ earth

I shall say this with glee

From womb to tomb, from birth to death

I'm yours and yours I'll be.

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Mae Foreman

Wed 22nd May 2019 07:43

Thanks a lot dear Don!🎈

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Don Matthews

Wed 22nd May 2019 00:11

Ah Mae... how 'womb to tomb' just rolls off the tongue. A phrase so simple which has never occurred to me before. Well done....

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Mae Foreman

Tue 21st May 2019 21:47

Very well put Jason! 🎈I suppose you're right. It's sheer temptation sometimes, you know!?
Mae

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Jason Bayliss

Tue 21st May 2019 21:44

Nothing wrong with that so nothing to forgive. Eloquence is the brush we paint with, so there's nothing wrong with using a bit of flourish sometimes.

J. x

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Mae Foreman

Tue 21st May 2019 21:34

Oh yes! Happens all the time... Some times I strive to find something worth saying just to use a nice phrase... May God forgive meπŸ˜‹
You too, huh?!🎈
Mae

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Jason Bayliss

Tue 21st May 2019 21:31

Ah, you do that too!😁

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Mae Foreman

Tue 21st May 2019 21:26

Thank you my dear Jason! I had it in my notebooks for far too long and didn't know what to do with it. Seems like it fit well into this one!
Thank you 🎈
Mae

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Jason Bayliss

Tue 21st May 2019 21:22

I do love this for it's brevity and the amount of meaning packed into it, but my favourite part of all is, "From womb to tomb," that my friend is just brilliant.

J. x

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Mae Foreman

Tue 21st May 2019 20:37

Thank you so much Keith !🎈
Mae

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keith jeffries

Tue 21st May 2019 20:29

A brief poem which carries hundreds of words. A gem

Thank you for this

Keith

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