Crying Without Tears-
How does a person cry?
Whether they scream bloody murder, drop stinging tears from their eyes, or go further than physically predicted, they all cry.
Feelings of pain pour through their bodies like hot lead from a gun.
Only a hollow soul cannot fathom the scars, honor the blood, or drop the tears.
The fakeness is what drives these people to the point of crying.
All the anger, all the shame, all the fear, all the pain.
Death insinuates pain, death insinuates, crying.
But you know what's worse than death? Agony. It'd be great to die with peace and honor, and most importantly, without pain.
But agony, pain, and torment, is a terrible terrible death...The way your body decays and the way it returns to the ground; without an aura to replace the physical body of the deceased, that is worse than death...A death with no life to remember.
To know what it is do die means to know what it is to live...And have that life be syphoned out of you bit by bit. All you can do is cry, a way to scream for help, a desperate scream of woe from a writhing victim.
But a spirit that is crushed, only a fragment can be left behind after death, and is wounded beyond repair. All that poor soul can do is grieve its life and fade into dust...A terrible death.
And even its cry is hollow as a black night with no stars.
A cry without tears...A cry without voice...A cry with a broken spirit.
Shameful the bloody trials of agony in its life...Even more shameful the death.