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Grieving over someone dead is indescribably tormenting.
Grieving over someone alive is indescribably tormenting either.
but to grieve your own death?
which role do you play?
or the grieving?
Everyday is a struggle of which role to play —
to stay dead?
or grieve your own death?
You bawl your eyes out as you bury your dead part.
’cause how do you grieve your death if you’re already dead? &
how would you be dead if you’re still grieving?
Everyday is a constant struggle of convincing yourself —
You’re not dead but wounded;
You’re not grieving but healing.
’cause the dead don’t grieve
“But some wounds don’t heal.”
While you are busy reading this article, try mo rin makinig sa episode namin:
But some wounds don’t heal.
where amputation is the last resort.
and when you cut my pain;
and when you pull the root of my pain,
isn’t it considered dead?
So I grieve; ’cause it’s dead.
But you know what’s the hardest part of grieving your own death? —
Being forced to leave.
Being forced to live.