Lost someone so fast that never had a chance to say.....?
Life is so beautiful, yet so cruel sometimes. People we love have set out a different journey and we didn't have the chance, nor time to say all there is to be said.
too many times - so now I never miss the opportunity to say ... what needs to be said.
Why? That's all I'm left wondering. I never held back a second in telling him how I felt about him. But he disappeared out of my life like a flame blown out from the wind.
Why would anyone run away from an opportunity to have the kind of love they've always dreamed about? I will probably never know. But the sadness lingers in my soul.
I never had the chance to constantly tell them I love them.
I never had the chance to teach him his alphabets and how to count.
I never had the chance to witness his first steps.
I never had the chance to enjoy his laugh for the first time.
My son died at 9 weeks old and there was so much of his life that we both missed out on.
On Thanksgiving Day, both my hubby and I noticed, that his friend, Al did not seem to have his usual, hearty, appetite...............His wife, Sheila, conceded that he had not been his best.............she was concerned...........though, she could not yet, name the cause of her concerns..........
Before, Valetine's Day, our great friend, Al, was dead...............of stomach cancer.
It appeared to come quickly..............yet, in truth, it had been brewing, for months, awaiting, it's chosen moment of attack..................
That is exactly what it did to us...........his family, his neighborhood, his extending friendships.............it ATTACKED us...............it brought a great loss..........and left us speechless.
( it brought me to a career change)
I believe in the saying that says," There's no time like the present." Don't be bashful and don't be shy, make sure you tell others how you feel and tell them why. http://zzron.hubpages.com/hub/PoemIfTom … WatchVideo
I lost my son in 2000. I don't think I told him I loved him enough times,and I was'nt there when he died of a drug overdose. He was an introvert and never shared his feelings with anyone, not even his closest friends.
I have not been in that position before and i don't ever wish to be there dude.
I never missed the chance to tell my husband that I loved him. In every conversation I named him my love. There are so many things that we missed out on but never loving words.
i lost my dad.., he was my bestfriend and one day he was laughing, and the next he was in a deep depression and did something that took his life
To: My Daddy
If Tears Could Build A Stairway, and Memories A Lane, I'd Walk Right Up To Heaven And Bring You Home Again......
I love you, Daddy.
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