Death, the great equalizer,
Comes for us all in time.
A reminder of our mortal fate,
A journey we each must climb.
It steals the light from the eyes,
Silences laughter and song.
But in the midst of grief and loss,
We find a strength that’s strong.
For death may take our loved ones,
But it cannot take away
The memories we’ve shared together,
The love that will forever stay.
It’s a natural part of life,
A door that we must pass through.
Though we may fear its cold embrace,
It’s a journey we all must do.
So let us cherish every breath,
And make the most of every day.
For death may come for us at last,
But it will never take away
The love and life we’ve known.
May your loved ones Rest In Peace.
By Chris Wick
Why Death is the Great Equalizer
The poem explores the theme of death as a natural part of life, and how it can bring feelings of grief and loss, but also remind us to cherish the time we have with our loved ones. It encourages readers to find strength in their memories and the love that will forever stay, even when death takes someone we care about. The poem reflects on the idea that death is a journey we all must take, and how it can bring us closer to the people we care about.