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Deathbed Dawn

you planted your seeds
in the dry ground
where it is forever dark
and drought-ridden

they cannot sprout
you allow through no shine
under your big leaves – forever night… 59 more words

Poem

Lessons from my father's deathbed: the art of dying well

I was with my dad when he died.

We all stood in this circle, holding hands. At least I think we were holding hands. But some of that, the small details, are starting to slip away. 1,092 more words

Inspiration

Worry not!!!

When I look back on all these worries,
I remember the story of the old man who said on his deathbed that he had had a lot of trouble in his life, 9 more words

Life & Living

Last Words

He said, I think I will put them in a song
so they’ll echo centuries after I’m gone.

He said, or I’ll say them so only I can hear… 73 more words

Poetry

If You are Dying You Should be Looking for Work

New Zealanders think their country is a land of milk and honey. While this might be true if you live on a dairy farm which also keeps bees, nothing could be farther from the truth. 627 more words

Politics

Stop praying, you're scaring me to death

Lately I’ve been scrolling through hollowverse.com, a website which collects and showcases many celebrity political and religious views. It’s a surprise when you cross an atheist on there, unless it’s someone already outspoken about it. 633 more words