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Last night, they slept in cozy homes

With plans alive for weekend off

Kids gripped their parents lovely tight

In bed with comfortable muffs


Not more, would have they wanted but?

To part away from world so sad

A begging sorry for their deeds

To those they loved their life ahead


In sleep they slid away to death

A wink enough was spared but not

In rubbles remain their comfy nests

They flee away to distant path


Just now a couple thousand souls

Set free, today from mortal world

Flee now it seems that everywhere

All have to say someone a word


Does death comes always blazing fast?

That just resembles spark in sky

For some others but creeping slow

Like burns the oil in lanternís light



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