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Deadly Fall
by Randy Johnson
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  My friend thought he could climb a mountain and I'm so depressed.
He fell when he tried to climb it and his loved ones lives are a mess.
He left a wife and four children behind.
This death happened to a man who was so kind.

After rock climbing, he thought he could climb a mountain but he was wrong.
His widow and kids are falling apart even though they're trying to be strong.
I told him not to climb it but nobody ever listens to me.
Now I spend most of my time trying to comfort his family.

It's very hard to accept that I will never see him again.
Tears roll down my cheeks because I lost a good friend.

(Even though this poem is fictional, only professionals should climb mountains.)
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May 01, 2012
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