Death is the Road to Awe

The Road to Awe

 

Death is the road to awe

What ne’er living beings saw

Death is road less traveled

Solely when life unraveled.

Death is a time for peace

Whose comforting silence gains release

Death is the darkest sign

Of time to come with no time.

 

Awe is a road who fear

Clothes with dangerous leer

Awe is a road with smiles

To come and join in for a while

Awe is a road whose domination

Makes one fear to leave his nation

Awe is a road whose welcoming embrace

Woos one on to beauty’s chase.

 

A road whose mystery beckons

Whispers fear belonging to sin

A road whose menace screams

Beams forth sunbeams gleams

A road whose glittering presence groans,

Ceases to the end all earthly moans.

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3 thoughts on “Death is the Road to Awe

  1. “Awe is a road whose welcoming embrace

    Woos one on to beauty’s chase.” LOOOOOVVVEEEE IT. i would like to add in though, that death is not just hell… death is a gift, & without it, no one could enter into Heaven either…. just sayin’. but beautiful poem. lovely language, & so many quotable parts. wonderful.

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