End, Verb, to come or bring to a final point; finish.

Why is it that

They’re always sending me flowers

When what I need are gravestones

Just send the flowers to my family

Say it’s something to remember me by


As the snow melts away and the dust builds up,

The fire goes out.

As the burning logs crumble and the flames shrink,

The fire is no more.


I never thought I’d say goodbye in such a horrible way.

Sending flowers with a simple note.

At least I got this chance, I’m grateful.

To give this last goodbye.


As the beeping slows down,

The fire flickers with disease.

As code blue echoes in the air,

The fire’s flames die out.



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