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All things that have form eventually decay. Masashi Kishimoto

William Shakespeare, Richard II

Woe, destruction, ruin, and decay; the worst is death and death will have his day.

Decline is also a form of voluptuousness, just like growth. Autumn is just as sensual as springtime. There is as much greatness in dying as in procreation. Iwan Goll

Gosto de imaginar que não é a decadência que nos mata mas a obscuridade que nos conduz até ela como uma íman. I like to imagine that is not the decay that kills us but the darkness that leads us to it as a magnet. Victor Eustáquio

Vigilance of the wisest kind is to incessantly remain open to the reality that what I see is but a single thread and solitary shard of what is, for to assume otherwise is to surrender the wisdom of vigilance to the decay of ignorance.Craig D. Lounsbrough, An Intimate Collision: Encounters with Life and Jesus

Desires may dry off, bodies may decay, friendship may vanish and positions may be dissolved. One thing will remain; the word of God. In the word is life. Israelmore Ayivor

Secrets. Everyone has them. The light of day and truth reveal some secrets to be nagging obsessions or habits, while other secrets may be as incriminating as a literal decaying skeleton in one's closet. Kenn Bivins

"In order to induce the process of decay, water is necessary. I think that, in the case of women, men are the water." Natsuo Kirino