Life changes as we all know, people came and go, we lose those we never thought possible. We lose through life and death, some still live on walking this earth, many we lay to rest.
Two months later I wonder if I grieved! There were tears for you, I was distracted been the rock for others (yet I’d do it all over again, no regrets nothing to change) there was no time to cry, no time for reality to set it you were going and now gone.
In the lost of one there was a lost of many, including self. Standing there watching life replay I needed someone anyone yet it was still, no matter how loud I screamed , no one, invisible was I.
I stood there and thought of you, your words of love and wisdom, your courage and strength, how fear was unable to.be seen in your last days.
Your humour was so strong, in your dying days you bought so much laugher. Your end of life lived so well with so much strength, love, passion for the people and things that filled you your desire to keep going have us all that little more time.
With you leaving bought a deep sadness but I wasn’t sad for you, me or those that lost you, it’s a deep pain / sadness for those who don’t know you, those who don’t know how to love like you did, those who have conditions on their love, dictate how ar relationship should be, those who demand respect through the chain of age.
Your love was unconditional, it filled us for many years, your humour no ones has. There is no one like you, never to be replaced.
Proudly we are made with a part of your DNA, the strength we have, the character, the joy for people, our humour I see now where it’s from our DNA is more than “two parents”
I’ll take you with me in my heart forever, I’ll remember you each day, I’ll find strength from.The strength you taught.
In your death you taught such strength, I become grateful for all – good and bad.
You gave me a new turing point.
As it is to watch life come into the as it is to watch someone hold his head so high leaving this world.