An epitaph (literally: "on the grave" in ancient Greek) is text honoring the dead, most commonly inscribed on a tombstone or plaque. Traditionally an epitaph is in verse, but there are exceptions.
Here lies an Atheist: All Dressed Up and No Place to Go.
Remember man as you walk by, as you are now so once was I, as I am now, so you will be, so prepare for death and follow me.
Here lies one believe it if you can, who thought an attorney, was a honest man.
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