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Published:May 22nd, 2007 06:39 EST
Death is certain, but when?

Death is certain, but when?

By Manish Lamichhane

 

Think of the beginning of the life on earth.

The day when the first organisms arrived,
Dividing and evolving from fish to human beings.
It could have taken millions of years for them  to appear.

Think about the tiniest cell, which formed these organisms.
It could have taken thousands of years to put senses on brain.
These beauties of nature have to set someday,
Whatever we enjoy today, will be a memory tomorrow.

Think about the tiniest cell, which formed these organisms.It could have taken thousands of years to put senses on brain.These beauties of nature have to set someday,Whatever we enjoy today, will be a memory tomorrow.

Birth entails death, as surely as meeting entails parting.
Morning entails night, as surely as pain entails gain.
Life depends on the pumping of muscle and heartbeats.
You sooner loose your hair, starts pain on joints.

Death alone is certain, but the time of death not.
You can see the death of others, but cannot view your own.
Time will come for everyone, but we do not know when.
Death does not knock and ask for whose turn.

So we are born to die, to let others be born.
Even a hero of the world cannot escape.
Every imagination of it will turn,
the time is uncertain, but certain is death.