Life after death is not an abstract question (September 11th Epic Poem)

The Following is and excerpt from Chapter 14 of the September 11th Epic Poem. It took me from June of 2008 until May of 2010 to write this poem. It is 2,000 lines long and contains 1,499 rhyming pairs.
 
There comes a time in ev’ry mind
            For humans to decide,
If they can know where people go
            Whose bodies just have died.
It burns the most when death’s so close
            You glimpse the skull and hood;
And wonder how, a breath from now,
            You might be gone for good.
 
(Excerpt from Chapter 14)
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