A Beautiful End.

Shaheer Agha

Oh when i die, fill my grave with roses, for i have a garden in my heart but the flowers do not bloom, oh when i die, don’t you cry, for this world is full of grief for me, and i finally found peace, oh when i die don’t tell the world, for the world has tormented me, shattered and broken me, so when i die don’t bury me where there is no shade, for my eyes hurt and my skin burns in the light, oh when i die, bury me with a smile, sit with me and talk to me about Allah for He SWT is the only light that brings me peace, oh when i die place your hand on my chest to see if my heart starts to beat, for it hasn’t beaten when i was alive, oh when i die bury me with roses, for when they die no one looks at them again like they won’t look at me, two beautiful creations of Allah 7 feet down in a grave forgotten and at peace at last.

  • Author: Shaheer Agha (Offline Offline)
  • Published: February 21st, 2024 05:48
  • Category: Reflection
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Comments1

  • 2781

    When I die,
    Raise me up again.
    I stand on you promises:
    No more death,
    No more pain.



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