Do Not Fear the Darkness
Dylan Thomas, knowing that his father was dying, extruded his feelings into a poem that ended with the lines:
Do not go gentle into that good night.
Do they resonate with your own feelings?
There is no need for fear.
My velvet blackness removes all cares,
Immersed in me emptiness is filled,
Here, and only here, is love complete,
Only when you have lost your self in me