Poem: Life After Death
The Idea of Life and Death
It´s very plain and simple to explain the idea of life and death; we as humans, come from the dust, that is to say, that physically, we are part of the soil in this planet. When we reach certain age, we die and our physical bodies decompose and return to the soil.
The idea of the soul is more complex to explain and we have to inquire to sources of religion and phylosophy. So, humans complete a life cycle on earth and our bodies return to it, but the soul remains somewhere unknown.
This is a thought that has puzzled every civilization throughout human history and until now, no one has returned from the world of the dead to explain his or her experience.
What Lies Beyond?
What lies beyond
Scrutinising beyond the painfulness of my skin
My spirit grows in disenchanting
If the flesh becomes Stone
Then, what about my soul?
Life After Death
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