Wednesday, November 2, 2016

My Grave

My Grave

Poem by Dawn Pisturino
Illustration by Richard Cunningbot

I think that I shall never crave
A home as lovely as a grave.
A restful place deep in the ground
Without a trace of light or sound.
A grassy mound high on a hill,
Host to yellow daffodil.
And when the snow begins to fall,
I will not be disturbed at all.
A pleasant park is all I need
And visitors who stop to read
The granite marker at my head:
"Rest in Peace to All the Dead!"

October 5, 2011

Published in the November 2011 issue of

Copyright 2011-2016 Dawn Pisturino. All Rights Reserved.

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