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DEATH ----- A NEW LIFE Poem by Green Peace


Attacks --- Accentuates ---- Appall ---
Battles --- Bemuses ----- Bemoans --
Maims ---- Marred ----- Wastes ---
Dismembers -- Mangles ----- Devastates ---
Cold ----- Icy ------ Snow ----

Death the emperor of all truths---
Destructs the present consumed, consummate life
And grants a new life
Hence death the inevitable light-
The Destroyer and the Preserver---

The seed of a new life
Whose potential tree would be the taking body itself
Thus death isn't a death at all
But a new life.

Note: The process of death is described as it attacks, maims and finally devastates. It is a destroyer and a preserver since it endows a new life, killing the present one. Hence death isn't a death at all but a new life altogether.

Submitted: Sunday, March 08, 2009
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  • Rookie H K (3/8/2009 12:30:00 PM)

    Nice, very good poem with a new prospect about death altogether (Report) Reply

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