By Tabassum Tahmina Shagufta Hussein
I fear not Death. Death is the ultimate truth. Death is waiting. For the next life Where I will be judged. By the Almighty. Or there is no afterlife. But Death is the end. The curtains of the play called life Finally comes to close. Death is where are no Yesterday and tomorrow. Why should one fear Death? It is to forgive life and forget life. No thinking, no routine, no struggle. No immoral ways to survive. In life, we forget the Almighty. We commit seven deadly sins. To survive. Death is to be finally at peace. To sleep on the earth, To listen to the silence, Far away from the maddening crowd. To be in peace. Death, I fear you not. You are immune to me. You don't threaten me. Because I am fearless. I am fearless of Life's one and ultimate truth. Death you are to me NO MORE PAIN.
Tabassum Tahmina Shagufta Hussein is an aesthete and humanitarian and Masters of Arts holder in British & American Literature from Dhaka, Bangladesh. Her poems have appeared in several literary magazines and journals. She has contributed to five anthologies. She writes columns for Different Truths Publications, India and other news portals in Bangladesh. Her poems have appeared in Das Litwrarisch, an international refereed journal of English Studies and Creative writing. She has also contributed to the London School of Economics Human Rights Blog. She is an International Fellow of the International Human Rights Art Festival 2020. She believes in humanity, equity and secularism. She finds beauty from the blade of grass to twinkling stars. Aestheticism and humanism are the essences of her existence.