Death’s Whispers – The Legendary Powers of Literature

Words pack a punch. The words “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself” by US President Franklin D. Roosevelt inspired millions living in their worst financial moments in history. The words “I did not have sex with that woman” ended Bill Clinton’s presidency when the world found out he had an affair and lied about it.

Never underestimate the power of words. They can move the entire world, bring nations together, end feuds, destroy dynasties, create marvels not even a thousand years’ work can accomplish, bring terror to the heart of hundreds of thousands and strike down civilizations to their feet.

Here I would like to post my writings. There will be a new one at least each week. 





Essence of Death

Time will never tick back. A second is as irretrievable as a year. Ever since a human is conceived, he begins dying. Death will forever be part of living. Those who wish for eternal life will waste what life he has. What life one have one must spend well, until the final silence brings one forth to the ageless sleep.

Death is sudden and elegant, cold and firm. It does not shout. It whispers. It remembers the stories of the lives it took from the world, carry across the Styx and into the Underworld or Heaven.

Hence my name, Deathwhisperer.