Now I Know
By: Jose Paulo Tolentino
Now I know by: Jose Paulo Tolentino is the most memorable poem I read, particularly as they contain such a wide range of feelings and emotions and also gives us a hypothetical example of an extreme situation in which a very tough ethical decision must be made.
We are on the whole mindful of death, and we know it will come to all of us. To a large number of us demise cuts a chill down our spine ridden with fear, yet to others it is ridden with quality and fulfilment of achievement. Luckily or tragically we are altogether sentenced to death. Anyway nobody knows when precisely the unavoidable will approach, however we as a whole know it is unpreventable. Be that as it may, what influences demise to appear to be more practical to us and those wilfully ignorant of it is the clear pictures of individuals enduring, in torment and those on their passing bed before huge numbers of us can be method of reasoning and acknowledge reality.The poem is meaningful it speaks about what we truly feel inside. Some people are afraid to show and tell a person how he/she means to him/her. The feeling that is described in the poem is not particular for specific somebody. But it can also be for our parents, siblings or even our friends. Sometimes, we tend to take these people take for granted and become “cowards” in expressing what we truly feel for them like in decision making because we have the fear of judgement. No matter what other people say, as long as you know what is right to wrong. It’s good to put your feelings into words and express it by actions. Discussing emotions encourages us feel near individuals who mind. It encourages us feel better when we’re tragic or frightened. Putting feelings into words helps us use self-control when we feel mad or upset. Just say how you feel. Better late than never, but never late is Better.