To lose someone you love…


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Krishna and Radha - To lose someone you love

The agony of losing someone you love is unbearable. Everyone says,” I understand, I understand.”, but, in truth nobody understands…

It is your pain, yours alone. The gone cannot feel the loss for they have attained eternity where there’s no joys or sorrows.. They have entered the bright world where they are not bound by the ties of this dark world.. You only realize the value of that person when you feel that the void left by them is irreplaceable by anybody else..

After 38 years of a successful married life, Denis’ mother passed away last year on July 4th. She was suffering with cancer for more than 4 years, but the way she handled her last days with dignity is something really remarkable.. She knew her last was nearing and was prepared for the inevitable, she held her husband’s hands, said a prayer and breathed her last… The only person she remembered during her last moments was her partner for life and she was fortunate to have him by her side when she breathed her last…

I have never heard her complaining about her pain or impending death.. It’s been a year since she has left us, but I know one thing: she is still alive! She lives through her children and her husband and near ones… She was a good wife, a wonderful mother and a great granny.. There is not even a single day that goes by without her remembrance… God bless her soul and may she rest in peace!

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~ by Sabitha Denis on June 13, 2009.

3 Responses to “To lose someone you love…”

  1. People who have lost loved ones DO understand.

    • Hi Marcys,

      Thanks for the comment! The gravity of the pain felt by individuals do vary… Pain is universal but the depth of the pain is different for different people… Some express it in tears… some lock it up in their hearts.. some remain impassive…

  2. Well…this is truely a heart touching story…for some they tend to blend in well with their partner and death would be something painful like as if tearing pages from a good book…and the story gets incomplete suddenly.

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