FAHMINA ARJUMAND MISHA


DEATH: our final destination.......


every one thinks it is our end
but no one knows whats god's trend

death is unpredictable
neither it is changeable

death just need a reason
it doesn't consider any season

death doesn't see the gender
also the age younger or elder

death wants every person to surrender
whether it is sooner or later

some name it heart attack, diseased, murder or suicide
just to console themselves or feel satisfied

we shouldn't feel horrified or fear
because worldly life is condensed as there is much more here after

so live like a flower and blossom till you are alive
as no one knows when death can deprive.....

Submitted: Saturday, May 24, 2008
Edited: Sunday, May 25, 2008

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  • Rookie - 0 Points Ashraful Musaddeq (9/23/2008 9:00:00 AM)

    'so live like a flower and blossom till you are alive
    as no one knows when death can deprive.....'

    A nice poem with a nice ending.10++ (Report) Reply

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