Sadegh Bagheri from Iran

Do not talk to me about death;
Because talking about death as incessant reminisce and perpetual, facing it has faded its immensity and makes it more of a bitter and hilarious joke hanging out in a distance In the present day deaths fangs entangled with human nature looms as a casual occurrence. Bon breaking factory machines blasts our ears out has turned us in to its repetitive slave, where at the end only bones remain. Sohrab Sepehri reminds us,
*death in a shade, keeps an eye on us…*