Posts Tagged ‘proverbs about dying’

Stand by to die. 

Live loudly; die quietly. 

Waiting is terminal; dying is germinal. 

No one asks to be born; many ask to die. 

Just say no to more treatment.

We live in cages; we die in stages.

Stop crying; practice dying.

Live good; die better; rise best.  

All comply; all die. 

“Why” thrives in difficulty and dies in prosperity.

When your horse dies, grieve; when you die, celebrate.

Die with your boots on, charging injustice, reformative guns blazing!

Live longer; rest more; die with your slippers on.

We live short and die long.

The soul softly slips down death’s swept scape.

It’s easy to live; what takes a lot of work is to die.

We die when we despair, live again when we hope.

To live, to die, perhaps to wake — now there’s the hope.

The dead rest, in memory’s soft nest.

Live close to those who live; die next to those who die.

To cry, to why, to live, to die.

Live slowly, die quickly, depart softly.

We deteriorate slowly and rest in pieces.

Garner sympathy; linger longly.

When you buy the farm, they’ll sell the house.

We celebrate lives to avoid thinking about deaths.

With fest and jest we’re laid to rest.

Gone on to a better place is an assumption few wish to test.

Bite the dust here; spit it out there.

Die with your truths on.

Food for worms; companions for the angels.

Those no longer with us anymore party on a distant shore.