Everyday is a gift.
A chance to begin again.
But what would happen when you’re facing the imminent loss of someone you love very much?
I’ve been scarce for a while because my dad is very ill. Although he’s pushing towards 80 and has been ill for almost 13 years, I can’t seem to release him. His illness made him very weak and saddled with old age, he’s sinking away fast. Unlike the hunk of a man I remembered growing up, he’s now withered and grey but still, I just don’t want to let go. The poem below is just a kind of tribute, to summarise how much I love him.
Skating towards the sunset
Your smile melts my heart.
Scooping me up in your arms,
my heart danced with joy.
You said you’ll not let me drown,
that life is like a river.
But when I surround myself with kindness,
I would find help in the storm.
That I would ride on the back of love and rest on the crest of kindness
I don’t want you gone dad!
Stay with me a while.
I have missed many posts, please bear with me and I’ll be back soon. I would appreciate your prayers friends. I hope this month would be peaceful, joyous, and prosperous!
Much love, always!