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Dad’s 5th Death Anniversary

The pain refuses to ease and my thoughts refuse to word.

Love you, Dad.


Bianca said…
You can remember him only that he is gone,
or you can cherish his memory and let it live on.
You can cry and close your mind,
be empty and turn your back,
or you can do what he'd WANT:

Tonite, let's think about tomorrow and cherish yesterday on a cup of coffee.

urs everloving
gurdas said…
I'd say raise a toast to his life and start a scholarship for poor kids in his name. Or something like that. If nothing worthwhile comes out of your remembering him, then you are just wasting thoughts.

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