Poem Forest life

Alexander

FOREST LIFE
By Alexander Vloeberghs

Koalas like to fight
For their food at night
And will even snap and bite
The long slithery snake
Wanted to eat rat cake

Before the sun would break
Green frogs croak

As the morning awoke
Welcoming the forest folk
The possums run to hide
When the hawks start to glide
From the mountain side

As the butterflies fly
In the bright blue sky
They spot the flowers nearby

Ants run along vines
Like lots of little lines
With food on their minds

A lizard who likes to lie
on the hot rock will die
When a bird flies by

The birds and the bees
Love living in trees
in the green canopies

Forest creatures beg on their knees
Please don't chop down the trees
Or we will become just memories

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I MADE DEATH A MESSENGER OF JOY FOR THEE
It is difficult for most people to talk about death.

  • The best way is to think how young children approach death. With wonderment. Young children do not fear death. Adults need PROOFS and we are providing conclusive scientific evidence on this website that consciousness continued after the brain has died. the joyful message that death is not the end but a new beginning.
  • We invite you to spend a few minutes studying the slide show as it gives an extra-ordinary insight how children, who had Near Death Experience (N.D.E.)tried to explain their experience both in words ( "I saw the sun and it had a happy face") and in pictures. But there is much more.
  • In the VIDEO section (see menu) you wil see a blind woman who could SEE after she died. We also included a video of a renowned neuro-surgeon (Harvard university) who as most doctors didn't believe in afterlife but ........ after his own N.D.E. experience changed completely.
  • In the section LINKS we provided for those who are very critical some extracts from scientific studies and the conclusions are baffling! The reason why we got interested in this subject is that my wife and myself spent several years in the cancer ward of a children hospital where death is a daily occurrence. Our son Alexander passed away when he was 11 years and 11 months old ...
  • This website is a celebration of his life and hopefully can help parents who experienced a similar tragedy. It is difficult for most people to talk about death. The best way is to think how young children approach death. With wonderment. We invite you to spend a few minutes studying the slide show as it contains the joyful message that death is not the end but a new beginning.

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