Just daddying around

Post Mortem

Its amazing how fast days pass.
Its more than 40 days already, since my father passed away.
There is an empty space in our lives now, the space he used to occupy.
I realise that, more now than before.
Nothing I can do except remembering him.
In fact that is what is left from our deads.
Memories and moments we have shared.


4 responses

  1. franco

    hello… you know our mother also died by cancer… she has leukemia… but she never told us unmtil one day she died… it’s already five years… and at december 27 it’s her birthday. i know how it pains someone to loose someone special in their life but we must always remember that time heal all wounds. i was only twelve when she died… well… that is how life goes… we dont know what will happen the next day so expect the unexpected. May the Higher power guide you always! you will learn to accept what happened in due time…

    December 26, 2005 at 1:49 pm

  2. Serena

    I have learned something from my life and it is that the pain never goes away, you just use to live with it. But I have no right to say it to you you will just find out this yourself.

    January 11, 2006 at 3:27 pm

  3. My Heart Goes Out to you…….

    January 27, 2006 at 4:23 am

  4. Martin

    over the years i lost an aunt to leukemia and an uncle to cancer and a cousin (suicide) and an uncle(heartattack) a grandparent(nmonia)and most recently a friend(fire)
    its tragic and sad but when you loose family or friends its nice to remember the times you shared weather good or bad.I tend to look at life with more respect and caution as i loose family and friends during life.I realise the people that are important to me.

    February 20, 2007 at 5:01 pm

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