CONTINUING DRAMA

Death spares us not a challenge, gains releaseFrom no reluctant duty, stern indenture;There's neither flight nor conquest in decease;To die is not "an awfully big adventure." Peter Pan by James M. Barrie.

Death has no terror, is not preordained:It is a fraud, a specious counterfeit,A play-within-a-play, and doubly feigned:We do not see it through: we see through it.

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