Morbid

Some of you may die, but that’s a sacrifice I’m willing to make, as I couldn’t think less of you, no matter how hard I try.  I don’t have a modicum of respect for any of you and I would like to clearly state with absolute assurance that I don’t give a damn what happens to any of you.  Your death does not concern me in the least, as every man dies.  In the end, death comes for all of us and then we cease to exist.  Death will eventually come knocking on your door, and whether you go quietly into that good night or struggle, the result will be the same.  You may not see it coming, but it is inevitable and there is nothing that you can do about it, as when your number is up, it is time to die and even James Bond knows this.  You are not a customer in the bakery waiting for service, as when the grim reaper calls, or the Angel of Death, who is one of the 4 legendary Horsemen of the Apocalypse, then you must go.  I am not trying to be gloomy, insensitive, gruesome, grisly, or extreme, but death waits for no one and we all completely understand that we are mere mortals.  Your body will return to the dust that it came from, to make room for a new person to take your place.

Written for Reena’s Xploration Challenge 232 where she asks us to consider writing about one of the 4 lines that she gives us and I chose line 3, which is “Some of you may die, but that’s a sacrifice I’m willing to make”.

17 thoughts on “Morbid

  1. Rings true. The Third Wave and Fourth Wave scare goes around because billionaires have invested in vaccines. I heard hair-raising stories of organ trade when Covid-positive bodies were not handed over to the family. Even that certain people who died of some other illness, but qualified for organ transplant were certified as Covid +ve, only to get hold of the body. Morbid, yes… but true.

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    1. A million Americans are dead because of complications from Covid. I personally know several of them. As for “organ trade,” Covid disqualifies them automatically from tissue donation and other use, which can be extremely disappointing for someone who has long intended to donate their body to save others. It is said that one donated human body may provide vital parts for up to 30 people. In addition to vital organs like the heart or liver, skin tissue and other materials. I am not a medical person, so I’m not qualified to discuss details about body parts,

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