I Know the Taste of Death

I know the taste of death. I've slept in wind swept skin, Letting fiery darkness in, Forgiven kin. I know the taste of death. That broken icy dagger Not plunged in heart, or soul, or chin, But chilling your chest, Leaning against Your throat. Righteousness. I know the taste of death; That beauty bittersweet of tongue, Lamenting battles lost and won, Enjoying empty breath. I know the taste of death And in it some have lost their way, Veins of varicose delighted, Crown of hollow gray. But here I stand today. Lungs still breathing, jawline set. Hope yet fleeting, courage bent. Firm in life made new by death. I may know the taste of death, But I will choose the breath God Lent, Dancing with that sweet duet And yet Still, my darling, don't forget Still, my love, I will repent.
My Poems
Although some friends abandon lonely way, A Poem About Me Black -> Blue Black Sunlight, Shine! Callings Colorado Love Conjunctivitis Daydreams Deep, Deep, Deep i met a girl I Know the Taste of Death I stood alone on morning clear I will not worship the mountains, In your eyes resides a home Greatness The Ghost in Me My Greatest Fear heaven isn't celibate No Matter What Slack Line Love There was a man who loved the Lord There's nothing I can say, Journeys Nature's Hue Watchman, O Watchman What Can Right Ten Thousand Wrongs? When all the world felt dark as night, When violence refuses to be named, Why I Stray Your hair is redder than the sun, The Lord Is The Lord's Will The Quiet Truth

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