Poem about Last Breath Before Death

Before Death

       Poem about Last Breath Before Death. Death is a must. Nobody can avoid it. Every life will die. This life is just like a market, where you buy and sell, people come and also go back home. Only Allah can say what happens to each one after death. Why I said so is that the almighty Allah looks at the heart not the pretty face you have and that determines what happens to you after you die.

Poem about Last Breath Before Death

Eyes stare brightly whist staring into the ceiling

Veins cringe and take their last breath of oxygen

Call it intoxication of air when you are being refused it

As gasping becomes heavy.

Heart rate lowered dramatically,

I have no more heart

Brain becomes frozen,

I have no control over it, for it is not mine

Chills go up and down my spine

How perfect our body’s function, how divine

Ignorant of this day that I must face

When the consequences of my actions no one can wipe away

Stone reaction on my face

I suffer the feeling of guilt in my heart

But too late to change it, as my mind thinks faster than my heart rate

I can’t believe how long I have left myself living in such disgrace

Ignorant of the reality

Ignorant of this place

We call world

Disingenuous of the canopy that covered my eyes

Take the last few breathes of air before I realize

That I have come to my demise

Come to the day where the next time I rise

Shall be in judgment of the life and I cannot disguise

I don’t want to let go!

I had too many plans

yet to accomplish yet to fill in my hands

visions of wealth when I can buy all of which that I wanted without ever holding out my hands

to ask for help

not only that of people but that of my Lord

I shall stand in shame in front of him

Cannot fight a lost battle

There’s no tongue and no sword

No rewind button, no next-door ward

With a difference choice playing strings of a different cord

My journey is over

Body is frozen

Eyes stare brightly whist staring into the ceiling

Veins cringe and take their last breath of oxygen

Call it intoxication of air when you are being refused it

As gasping becomes heavy.

Heart rate lowered dramatically,

I have no more heart

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