Death’s poem

You shall see me,

Where these horizons meet.

Stay here, quite,

Please, have a seat.

To end your sufferings,

I have come a long way.

I promise to take your pain

Sorrows and all desires away.

You have served the sphere,

During these days.

You still are unaware,

Of world’s greatest ways.

Don’t strain, come,

Accept these vacations.

Oh, mortal!

I, indeed, am the final destination.

_ Death.

185 Comments

  1. I liked the end “I, indeed, am the final destination.”
    That was really good! I also write poems, but they aren’t as good as yours. If you can, can you check some of them? I would love to know your opinions.

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