Treasure Island

Musfiq us shaleheen

(31st, December,1970 / Khulna, Bangladesh)

Death: A Self Realization


Lord is ever round the rejecters of Faith!
Still we have a chance to grateful to our lord
Then we raised by lord after death
A rain-laden cloud from the sky
In it are zones of darkness,
and thunder and lightning
we press our fingers in our
ears to keep out
the stunning thunder-clap,
while we are in terror of death.

Submitted: Friday, April 12, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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A Self Realization

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  • Hazel Durham (4/24/2013 7:45:00 AM)

    Death is the beginning not the end as we rise to Gods holy kingdom to be cherished and free in his eternal love! (Report) Reply

  • Nader Baheri (4/23/2013 5:41:00 AM)

    is death really a path to the realization, or it is a path to nowhere?
    no one has seen the world after death.it doesnt matter.~nb (Report) Reply

  • Sallam Yassin (4/20/2013 1:36:00 PM)

    the death is educator instructor for the wise people
    that your message and so bright and brief (Report) Reply

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