Death Doesn’t Discriminate

By Erdilla   

Death takes the young, the old, the mean, and the kind.

You could be a god among men, but death doesn't pay any mind.

In fact, recently, death took someone young,

Words can not describe how much that stung.

Young people often think their invincible, and therefore do not anticipate,

That death doesn't discriminate.

What hurts most is that the reality of that tragedy,

No longer surprises me.

Now I now know and anticipate,

That death doesn't discriminate.

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I wrote this about a car accident that happened recently and the resulting death of a GlenOak student.