Sprinkling Memories

“Written in the memory of Wali Mohammed (1933-2010)

All what we pursue,
Finds it end,
As the heart stops to beat
As the soul becomes free
From the burdens of the past

The soul prepares itself,
In anticipation
To travel, to new place
Eternal, where we came from
As the gift presented to earth
Wrapped in two white sheets,

In silence, we depart
From those near to us
Only remains,
The sprinkling memories
As they gather around
The casket, for one last glance
The only reflection,
You see yourself…


2 thoughts on “Sprinkling Memories

  1. Very ethereal.. you have captured the thoughts very minutely.. It only made me think how you could have gotten so close.. 🙂
    Very well written..
    Happy Monday

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