Thursday, June 14, 2007

life and death: the balance

After trying to recover from what I have experienced. I still feel depressed from the shock of losing someone I felt who was just like a father figure even though the fact still stands that may father is still alive and kicking. After what seems to be like eternity from a word's silence to one of the greatest people I have known I have to face life all over again battered by emotions, bruises of time, and selfish thoughts of Heaven, Hell and the life we live between here and there.

There will be no one like the person I miss now most.

And it shouldn't be right if there was one. It just wouldn't feel right.

But life is supposed to go on - right?

I can only say that they will always stay on my mind, in my heart, in my tears, in my gloomy face although I may attempt to put on a clown's mask.

I ask you, God.

I ask you - that you fold over them with your eternal mercy from hereon until Judgement Day.

And that you comfort them by the Angels that lay beside them now.

I only wish it was me instead of them..


lipz said...

oowww, so sorry to hear of your loss ghosty. my sincere and heartfelt condolences.

may his soul RIP.


Sleepless In Muscat said...


Thank you very much for your condolences.

Twister said...

Heartfelt condolences on the sad and irreparable loss you suffered...but everyone has to leave this world one day for heavenly abode...May Allah grant the deceased the highest spot in paradise and May Allah bestow on all relatives/friends the strength to bear this sad loss...

Solafa said...


May Allah bless them with mercy and forgivness, and reward them the Jannah with their beloved ones.

Take it easy, though it is never easy to try to accept that they are gone.

My prayers are to all Muslims who passed away.

Life still goes on, and we need to keep their memories in our heart and mind.

Sleepless In Muscat said...

Twister, Solafa:

Thank you both very much for your heartfelt words.

I appreciate them very much.