The Magic Word
By Christian Blake
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Published: Nov. 08, 2012
Words: 2,361 (approximate)
An old man begs for death throughout the final day of his life.
An old man is tired of living. During his final day of life, he eats his usual breakfast of scrambled eggs, kicks the dog, greets the mailman in his own special way, watches back-to-back episodes of Twilight Zone, visits his son and grand kids, and asks the Lord several times to let him die.
, death and dying
, old age
, death of a loved one
, death and beyond
, death poem
, age 13 to adult
, death by choice
, death and immortality
, begging for death
, death in old age
, tired of living
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