Category Archives: Life & Death

Speak To The Heart Of A Dying Man

Speak to the heart Of a dying man Corroded by the words Said in gradual Discourse. In a strange hour He will be freed. The flask of his thoughts Stained And emptied. Advertisements

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Death’s Chariot

Death’s chariot overtakes The travails of living. I kindly stop and wait awhile For it to take me willingly. I called for it to halt. “Could you give me a lift?” “You, a tenant, must first pay dues.” Says its … Continue reading

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Ironies Of Life

The heart weighs more than the sea, The soul – deeper than the ocean. Rivers flow, dishev’ling the rocks But not a man’s emotion. Vastly, how vastly life perceives. My soul with it dismembered. The wind blows to unknown directions. … Continue reading

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