Treasure Island

Anele Komana

(09 - 04 - 1993 / South Africa)

Do Not Dare Be Afraid Of Death

Do not dare be afraid of death,
As you are not of birth
Death is just a travelling earth visitor
Carrying burdens of grief and pain
Turning blue sky into grey
To pare tears like rain

Do not dare be afraid of death
Death is just a passing by stranger,
Appears not to be harmful,
But it is danger
When it enters ones happy home
And turn it to a most scary zone

Do not dare be afraid of death
Death is a two way path,
To heaven and hell
Only ones fate decide,
Where the soul shall dwell

Do not dare be afraid of death
Young minds consider death as a curse,
But old folks seem to bless
Thus if ones soul forever needs rest
Death is the only precious way,
And death is just the end of day

Submitted: Tuesday, July 02, 2013
Edited: Monday, January 20, 2014

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