Death

Death prose poem

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Fearing death, mourning is just nonsense
Wearing black, crying for the dead makes no sense
Love a person when he is living
Sharing smiles is a wonderful feeling.

Death is just another goodbye,
A silent message saying, “Please don’t cry.”
I really don’t understand why people weep,
Memories as treasure we’ll always keep.

Time closes the book of grief,
Memories turn back every leaf.
Life as always will go on,
After every dusk, there’s a new dawn.

Death starts a life spiritual
Wish to mankind it was virtual
Annoying to look at people in grieving mood
Wish everyone realize death too is good.

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Resident of Goa. Am an Arts graduate. Working in a Real Estate Company as a Personal Secretary. Love reading love stories. Am sweet to people I like and bad to people I hate...A mirror of your actions
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