It'll either be days from now. Or I'll be asleep..
The last few night my dreams have been haunted by the red eyed black dragon, the messenger of the reaper Death, every time I close my eyes he is there. He keeps telling me "death comes for everyone, but you, he will wait till...
I want to die bleeding out, maybe a rupture in a major artery, lying in my own blood. you know why? because I love red. through everything, red has never ever been anything that could disappear from me. if I wanted to see red I could force myself to bleed, a small cut would do...
its not a spectral demon but a companion my whole life.
i cannot hasten the time as ive promised not to. this does not stop the mental excersise of stopping this puppet show of a life.
a blades bite, watching the hated life escape in a river of red.
the bright flash and...
people used to ask if I was afraid of dying. I always told them that if I think that way I'll never accomplish my goals. And honestly, I'd rather die a heroic death then shrivel to nothing by cancer. So don't fear the end of your road, after all you'll never know when it's...
and it's the one sure thing on which every living thing can rely.
And I add: There's no point worrying about it because it'll happen at some point, whether you worry or not.
Doesn't stop me worrying a LITTLE, though..
than I fear death. There are far worse things in life than there are in death. I’d like to think of death as a liberation of struggles, diseases, physical and mental pain, and obligations. It’s perhaps also an eradication of potential and possibilities, but all of these are...
than any physical that I have experienced. Death to me is a release... Freedom from all the negative, hostility, broken promises, disappointment. I try to live each day but with how rejected I feel now; If I don't live to see another day; that would be fine.
I wish I could experience how the other side is though those who went before me, if you know what I mean, don't tell good tales. I have the feeling of 'I don't mind if I die.' am not gonna be first to do so.
my best friend from middle school did it after we had actually shared a...
through all my life, one simple saying. I heard it first when I was a child no more that 3 or 4. Since then it has calmed me almost to the point in which I no longer worry or stress, I greive but a little and I shed only a tear at the loss of a loved one. This is the first thing...
for as long as i have been alive, i have been afraid. afraid of almost every aspect of life.
death does not scare me. death is inevitable. it will be, for me, the end of fear. peace at last.
"death gotta be easy, cause life is hard.
it'll leave you physically, mentally, and...
And after that, I've had peace with death.
I realize that everything doesn't matter after death, it's just "nothing"
And it's beautiful.
People who freak out about it, and say it's scary, are literally freaking THEMSELVES out. That's it.
life, I believe we move on to something better or we are reborn.
When my mum died I thought I'd never hear, feel or ever see her again but I did. I have felt my mum sit beside me on the bed when I have been so low and cry in the darkness, I have heard my mum call my name...
no matter how painful my death is, does not scare me because as i take my last breath my eyes will close. I would honestly take a bullet or a stabbing for someone even if i didn't know them, i may sound crazy but death has no affect on me.
When I come to the end of my journey
And I travel my last weary mile
Just forget if you can that I ever frowned
And remember only the smiles
Forget unkind words I have spoken
Remember some good I have done
Forget that I was depressed
And imagine that I had lots of fun...