Twin Triplets. No.16. Suicide, Euthanasia Poem by Valsa George

Twin Triplets. No.16. Suicide, Euthanasia

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When all is ill
And reason still
Impulse yells ‘kill’


When life is woe
And the world says ‘go’
The grave beckons ‘come’

Sunday, November 3, 2013
Topic(s) of this poem: suicide
Dinesan Madathil 03 November 2013

If suicide is the antonym of murder, euthanasia is an action of mercy uncelebrated.

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Tirupathi Chandrupatla 03 November 2013

Hope the ill is not still for a moment and will pass, and hope woe of life is not grave. Your simple stanzas are deeply digging the mind. Beautifully presented.

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Pradip Chattopadhyay 04 November 2013

this is superb work Valsa...probing, impacting!

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Queeny Gona 04 November 2013

Professional and philosophical read dear Valsa George mam!

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Noreen Carden 04 November 2013

Well done Valsa few words with very real feeling very impressive

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Kumarmani Mahakul 14 November 2020

To commit suicide is great sin. Yet people commit suicide due to woe. A beautiful poem on suicide and woe is well executed and amazingly shared. Thank you dear madam, five stars.

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Akhtar Jawad 02 September 2018

A nice poem on suicide.

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Edward Kofi Louis 15 November 2016

Woe, foe! But there is hope. To overcome the muse of suicide. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Kanav Justa 18 November 2013

In a great manner you explained the differnce between the two... loved it...

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Patricia Grantham 18 November 2013

A very good description of two of societies woes. In whichever way life ends no one is the winner. The cards are still stacked on the table to play the game all over again. Very thought provoking.

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