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Gale Acuff - Nobody wants to die I tell my Sun

-day School teacher but she says no, I'm wrong,

many people do and in some cases

that's acceptable because they mean that

they want to go to Heaven to see God

and dwell with Him eternally and that

can't be too bad as long as they don't kill

themselves but I don't want to die even

if it guarantees I get to go to

Heaven and not just to have my soul judged

but to pass God's judgment and live with Him

forever but she said Be not afraid

like she was speaking like an angel in

the Bible somewhere, I forget, and told

her so. Then she said I'm dead already.


Bio: Gale Acuff has had poetry published in Ascent, Reed, Journal of Black Mountain College Studies, The FontChiron Review, Poem, Adirondack Review, Florida Review, Slant,Arkansas Review, South Dakota Review, Roanoke Review and many other journals in over a dozen countries. He has authored three books of poetry:Buffalo Nickel,The Weight of the World, and The Story of My Lives. Gale has taught university English courses in the US, China, and Palestine

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