Death and Rebirth.3.

These dry
Leaves do not die.
They become one with the earth.
A derth
Of green
Is seen,
Then a rebirth,
The old, in the new
Takes root
And does heavenwards shute.
The past, present and future one may see
In the mighty tree,
While you and me
Pass by
With a sigh
As we ponder on our mortality.

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5 thoughts on “Death and Rebirth.3.

  1. Aishwarya

    Death is such an amazing transformation…you could try for years to figure it out and yet be perplexed at its complexity! I enjoyed reading the post. Have a wonderful 2017. Cheers

  2. gm1123

    Reminds me of a class I took in college. The myths of death and rebirth. It touches on dying/the afterlife/etc. I loved the class. Nice poem.


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