Death, the good equalizer,
Comes for us all in time.
A reminder of our mortal destiny,
A journey we every should climb.
It steals the sunshine from the eyes,
Silences laughter and tune.
But within the midst of grief and loss,
We discover a energy that’s robust.
For dying could take our family members,
But it can’t take away
The recollections we’ve shared collectively,
The love that can perpetually keep.
It’s a pure a part of life,
A door that we should cross by way of.
Though we could concern its chilly embrace,
It’s a journey all of us should do.
So allow us to cherish each breath,
And benefit from each day.
For dying could come for us eventually,
But it should by no means take away
The love and life we’ve recognized.
May your family members Rest In Peace.
By Chris Wick
Why Death is the Great Equalizer
The poem explores the theme of dying as a pure a part of life, and the way it can deliver emotions of grief and loss, but in addition remind us to cherish the time we’ve with our family members. It encourages readers to seek out energy of their recollections and the love that can perpetually keep, even when dying takes somebody we care about. The poem displays on the concept that dying is a journey all of us should take, and the way it can deliver us nearer to the folks we care about.