Lost and never found…

Sometimes Death comes at unusual times, We call them unusual times because they fall exclusively upon us. This happens to everyone, everyday.. We just don’t feel or see those ‘unusual times’ unless it happens to us, and when it does we have to bear more than feeling and suffering. Everything is right there and just moments ahead nothing exists, nothing! Its all vanished before our eyes in a matter of seconds. Our life is not just one life, its many lives; Our parents, loved ones, siblings, relatives, friends… We live many lives at one time. Starting from the day we are born, our life starts to end.. One minute at a time. Right now, my childhood, my teenage years are dead. They’re goners! Everyday yesterday is dead and buried in the graveyard of eternal time. It won’t come back! Same goes with people, people we love, our parents, our fathers, mothers… grandparents.. They pass away and leave exactly nothing behind, except memories for us. Each death is start of a new life for everyone around, Wounds heal slow.. but humans are created vulnerable as well as secure. Time is always flowing, in just one direction and that leads us into peace one way or the other.  Death is a part of our life where we get to realize the importance of someone in a way we’ve never thought. We get to know the new ourselves that we have never known… It is crucial and complex. People who are gone were supposed to leave tomorrow if not today, but their existence seem divine now. Calm are oceans after tsunamis and storms… Shores are broken, fish are dead but its a peaceful sky once again with a new sun to welcome new life.

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~ by vermilion moon on July 20, 2010.

2 Responses to “Lost and never found…”

  1. “Its all vanished before our eyes in a matter of seconds. Our life is not just one life, its many lives; Our parents, loved ones, siblings, relatives, friends… We live many lives at one time.”

    very much so and hardly ever given a thought too!

    profound writing!

  2. “Calm are oceans after tsunamis and storms… Shores are broken, fish are dead but its a peaceful sky once again with a new sun to welcome new life.”

    So true, so very very true! The circle of life!

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