Of Life and Death

Hunyo 7, 2012

Like footprints left by the travelling man in the desert,

everything is transitory.

Life is but a sojourn

as we all are travelers with the same mission:

to search for that which shall satisfy

whichever desire lies deep down inside.

But often it ends

not when the prize sought is won

but when the spirit wearied

or the will died.

After all what is life other than a march towards death?

death being the ultimate peace and quiet?

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16 Tugon to “Of Life and Death”

  1. ljsdeleon Says:

    nice one brader. :p


  2. “But often it ends

    not when the prize sought is won

    but when the spirit wearied

    or the will died.” – hello… 😉

  3. tim Says:

    heavy and meaningful. Worth reading.

  4. KenyanKid™ Says:

    So few words yet so much weight. We’ve lost so many citizens in our country in such a short time.


  5. […] themathteacheralsoreads –  apparently, this Filipino Statistics and Calculus teacher in his early 20s is bent on debunking the stereotype. Reading his entries, one would hardly mistake him for the hard sciences guy that he is. His prose and poetry both speak from the heart and convey a lot. One of his poems, is worth the mention  – Paanong Di Kita Maalaala? (How Can I Not Remember You?) […]


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