Dear Death,

September 23, 2018
Shanky❤Salty

Dear Death,

I am so glad that I can talk to you now. How lucky you are. I have one question. What happens to us after I die? Do you really take my soul away or take us from the people who need us?

When will you come dear? Please don’t knock the door. Come silently & give me a packet of Little Heart OR just give me a ₹10 MilkyBar chocolate. And say “You have to leave right now”

I promise you ‘I don’t make any excuse and even take time.

My dear death please don’t give me a pain because There are too much pain in my life paths that I suffered.

Death is my final destination
Life is my journey
Happiness & Sadness is my life partner.
I knowing everything but why I afraid from death.
There are too much sad moments in my life’s paths
But
It is also true that happiness is only in the my mother’s food.

I know my lovely death, You are the unspoken truth that everybody knows but still don’t accept.

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104 thoughts on “Dear Death,

      1. I just watched and held my son for 5 years through Leukemia and the suffering was excrutiating..he didnt want to leave us and we were desperate not to lose him..my heart will never be the same as he flew away…I feel your gratitude for life and emotions and I pray love will continue to be your greatest experience!

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          1. My son passed to his new home in the heavens on June 30,2017…..the reason ill never be the same…we tried everything we knew and could find..he did every study, natural and otherwise that was available and reachable…I wish with all I am I could have seen him healed here..hes now healed in his new place soaring the skies and stays close to me…thank you for your kindness.

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  1. I loved this, although I do not fear death. I do not wish to leave my sons and daughters, whom I love dearly, but I’ve been ready for a long, long time. Below is one of the first poem I ever wrote that touches on this subject.

    COME GENTLY SLEEP

    © 1975 Barbara Grace Lake

    My day is done, all strife arrest,
    A thankful time of still content.
    No task undone, no call advent,
    To halt or stay my welcome guest.
    My book’s aside, its mark in place,
    Come gently sleep, do not relent
    Or tarry long your kind embrace,
    With but one touch all cares erase,
    One whisper, ever more to rest.

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  2. Maut mera lakshya nahi………magar sabko dekhkar yahi lagta hai……main kuchh bhi lakshya banaawon ese badal nahi saktaa…..mera antim padav maut hi hogaa…..phir kyun naa jeevan ko rangeen banaaye, kisi ke liye kuchh kaam aa jaayen…………bahut hi sundar likha hai…..aapne ……bahut khub.

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  3. Very beautiful letter shanky😘
    Mere ko atal ji ki poem yad aa gai.
    जूझने का मेरा इरादा न था,
    मोड़ पर मिलेंगे इसका वादा न था,
    रास्ता रोक कर वह खड़ी हो गई,
    यूं लगा जिंदगी से बड़ी हो गई।
    मौत की उमर क्या है? दो पल भी नहीं,
    जिंदगी सिलसिला, आज कल की नहीं।
    मैं जी भर जिया, मैं मन से मरूं,
    लौटकर आऊंगा, कूच से क्यों डरूं?
    तू दबे पांव, चोरी-छिपे से न आ,
    सामने वार कर फिर मुझे आजमा।
    मौत से बेखबर, जिंदगी का सफ़र,
    शाम हर सुरमई, रात बंसी का स्वर।
    मौत से ठन गई……..

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  4. Ohhh ShankySalty… this is so sad, ‘tho glad you’re not afraid 😦
    For me, as a born again Christian, death is only the beginning!!!
    The Bible teaches that Jesus conquered death at The Cross…
    So now, anyone who receives God’s Son (the Lord Jesus Christ)
    as their personal Saviour will be saved and conquer death to live
    with Him in Heaven for all eternity 🙂 My prayerful hope is that you
    will surrender your heart/soul to Jesus today! 🙂 ❤ Jackie@KWH

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