This poem is so nice. I had to requote it and send to a special friend because I'm a guy. Love it.
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Lost my youngest son, Rowan, June 3, 2017 from an asthma attack. He was 19 years old. He called out, "Dad," and I held him as he slipped into unconsciousness. Roe and I worked together and lived by ourselves. I performed CPR until the ambulance came. We turned off life support 4 days after the attack. I hear him call out my name almost every night in my dreams. I'm so tired of reliving that night, hoping one morning I'll wake up from this nightmare.
My BFF committed suicide on August 15, 2017. I'm so hurt and lost for words. Should I be happy she is not suffering anymore, or should I be mad and selfish she's gone?
Thanks for your beautiful poem, Jenna. Life and consciousness continue in some form after this life I believe so we will be able to see our loved ones again one day in a place of light amongst good company without suffering. Warm regards, Paul.
October 16, 2017 will be the one year anniversary of my best friend's passing. She was my best friend. I am turning 45 today and we met and instantly became best friends for life 38 years ago on August 7. I miss her so much. I have never spent a birthday without her. I can hear her now saying, "Happy birthday, old lady," even though she would be turning 45 in February. I know it's not my fault she passed, but I was supposed to go over and see her that night, and I have never ever blown her off and why did I that night? It kills me inside. I could have saved her. Well Pooh, you don't have an addiction anymore, my friend. I just wish it didn't take you away from me, but I have to believe everything happens for a reason and that when it's your time to go, it's your time. I would give anything to see you go have a birthday drink. I love you, Pooh. I miss you so much. It hurts to breathe sometimes. I never pictured my life without you. You were always there. We will meet again, my friend, my best friend.
I have a teacher, and she is very special for me. I spend most of my time with her instead my friends. This is my last year with her, but I don't want to leave her. How can I give her best farewell?
I am so sorry for your loss. I read your story and it made me cry. I also lost my soulmate on April 16, 2017. It is so hard for me to bear. I am so tired of hearing he's in a better place and I should move on. I cry for him day and night. I have no peace at all. I just wish I can have him back. Ninety percent of me wants to go and be with him. Unfortunately, I have my kids and grandkids to think about. I love and miss him so much. We were like one person.
You are a star in darkness.
You are an angel who supports me.
You are so good that you transformed me into that good.
Your nature moved me the most.
You are true to heart and very fair.
I am so lucky to have you in my life.
Your light is still alive in my life.
Dear Dad, I miss you every moment I live. Though you may not be physically here, you remain in my heartbeat 24 hours. I can't express in words how I feel since you left. I wish I would believe that you are gone. Dad, my life has taken a turn since your death. Life has lost its real taste. Yeah, I just pretend to be all right among people in this indifferent world. Love you lots.
I know exactly how you feel. This happened to me after 16 years with my husband. It's been a year now and I am still devastated and barely functional. He came back to me and it's the hardest thing to reconcile. I still cry just as much as when he was gone.
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