When you know death must come then…

Then you want it to come
when it is convenient

“She was blessed” she said

to have passed away without becoming a burden

She cried a little – but most of all I knew she was proud of her very best friend.

Her childhood companion
Her soulmate

She was happy that she died quietly with dignity.
“She was blessed – all her prayers were answered – she was not a burden to anyone for a prolonged time”

when you know death will come

you wish for it to carry you away in dignity.

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