an obnoxious truth

as he sat beside him tears came trickling down his cheeks. the vivid memory of him was passing through my every synapse in my body. it was an obnoxious truth which was behind my Utopian world.


34 thoughts on “an obnoxious truth

    1. Oh, it must be so tragic. May her soul rest in peace. Every time I remember my loved ones I experience that every moment that we shared together.


  1. Thank you for your gift of reading my blog. Pain of love and loss I do know so well. My wife died of cancer my sister too. Both women are sadly missed. We are left with the thought that life is short for a reason. God made us as children to gain knowledge of him. It is my way of knowing it all is but test. Be good be honest be kind and thank God each day of existence. It works for me dear reader William. God be with you too.

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    1. That is a great comment!! It must be so tragic for you that you lost both your wife and sister. May their soul rest in peace…. We should be grateful to god that we are present in this world and living such a life!! Thank you sir Kevin for your beautiful words! I really appreciate them.. May god be with you also.

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