And Come It Slow Or Come It Fast, It Is But Death That Comes At Last [A Haiku]

A haiku inspired by recent events in my life. I figured that though I fear death, I really shouldn’t, because it is the silence we were all meant to reach when we were born.

Fear not death for it
Is the silence worth waiting
For in this sad world.

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3 thoughts on “And Come It Slow Or Come It Fast, It Is But Death That Comes At Last [A Haiku]

  1. Definitely! This is a similar description of how I interpret life itself and the death procedure by going/passing to a nothing (place) where we were before birth. (Nothing here is not something very dark or sad, it is just a symbol.)
    It looks like a very short post, but worth spending some quality time on it. Thank you.

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    1. We are all born to die someday. We can never predict when or how or where. You’ve just got to live your life normally and be happy when death comes to suck the life out of you.
      The mother of one of my close friends passed away and I travelled about 400 miles with my friends to support him and ensure him that we are there for him. I did not get enough time to blog in between the travel, but since I’d signed up for NaBloPoMo, I figured something was better than nothing.

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