My Deathday— A Wit’s End by Sue Hughson

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A Wit’s End
By Sue Hughson

I slipped, and fell,
On a pile-o-shit
What an end
For such a with

I tumbled down
Then cracked my head
Once alive,
Alas, now dead

Immortality,
To some sublime,
But belief in same
’Tis mortal crime

So as my cranium
Parses blood
Remember I was
One fine stud

This year I decided to do something different for my birthday; I decided to celebrate my death. The end result was an incredible evening of poetry, song, storytelling, drawing, conceptual art, chocolate cake, laughter and a whole lot of love. Over the next several weeks I will be posting the results.

To see all the posts to-date, click here

To go to the My Deathday main page click here

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