Denouement Of Life

denouement of life

It’s hard to describe what it feels like to struggle to breathe, to feel the lungs burn with every attempt at inhalation. No matter how sweet the scent, it is agony within. Only solace will come with death.

Ā© Sarah Doughty

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8 thoughts on “Denouement Of Life

  1. At an unexpected moment your mind grasps a particular thought so powerful that no energy is left to control the body, and it cannot breathe. I remember well that feeling, jumping out of a vehicle, or off of a chair and running outside to get air, almost passing out until I could ‘separate’ the thought from the body. Then the long moments of total weakness, shaking, sweating. Almost a near death experience… almost. Then the recovery and grasping that thought carefully to examine it and learn from it. I was told by a psychic once that you don’t die from such experiences but the shock is necessary to grasp meaning from them. I’ve had quite a few and so far so good. So Sarah, you’re talking my language here, I know what you are saying, and thanks for saying it.

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