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  Pulse of Life
by William Lowenkamp
Sunday, February 22, 2004
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A walk through life from start to finish.


Pulse of Life


 


Into a world of microbes— born


Without ever knowing why,


A breadth of air fills my lungs


And I enter— with a cry.


 


A flurry of activity abounds


As I am center of attention,


Without ever knowing why—


Like a political convention.


 


Though all the years—of growing wiser


I am tuned to the bigotry of life


Surrounded by the environments


Through which I travel—strife.


 


Then one day—as I become frail


A pulse of life dimming—returning


To the place of where life is at peace


A flickering candle—calmly extinguished.


 




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Reviewed by Sherry Gibson 3/10/2005
Good poem William and a nice ending. Is there really peace anywhere in life. You make me stop and think about it.

Sherry
Reviewed by Jim Dunlap 6/13/2004
However, I feel that it is important to have done something along the way. That's probably why I'm being kicked off Authors' Den. Anyway, I like the way you write.
Reviewed by Pier Tyler 6/9/2004
And that's the way it is...one pulse at a time.
I like this one, thanks for sharing it.
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 2/22/2004
A very touching poem well done.
Reviewed by Leland Waldrip 2/22/2004
Thought provoking write, William.
Best regards,
Leland
Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader) 2/22/2004
This was touching William...I love the ending..you make leaving
this earth sound so peaceful....floria

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