Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Rememberance....


18 years …but even after so many years till date, thus day brings back lots of memories which changed our life forever.

          18 years…is a long time but still not a day passed when we didn’t miss you, dear Bro….

          It's been 18 years since you left us, but still I feel you are somewhere near, watching us.

          Your passing away changed our life forever.
          My parents, whom I thought are very strong, were heartbroken & shattered at their sudden loss…

When you were there not a single day passed when we fought like dogs & cats (that’s what mom used to say). We were named as Tom & Jerry by them because we always fought but we couldn’t do without each other.

          Those last 6 months before your demise were the best. We became close friends. You shared every secret with me, we fought less, from a fighter bro, you became a possessive but protective bro (which I miss a lot even 2day).

          Initially for some years I felt you’ll pop out from somewhere & say “I’m back”. My eyes kept searching for you wherever I went. But now I know you won’t but dil hai ki mantha nahi…..my eyes still keep searching for my lost brother…

          An elder brother is irreplaceable. No matter how much you move on further in life, how many friends you make, how many new relations you have, a void created by the loss of a near & dear one be it a sibling, or parents or spouse or child,  is forever irreplaceable…

Miss You DADA…
Love you …………
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2 comments:

  1. That’s an emotional piece.. and why not..
    Yes like you said loss of a loved is irreplaceable; vacuum created by them can never be filled… but life is like that, not everything happens in our lives is comprehensible
    Most of your posts are in similar vein I guess

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  2. Aww Aparna.. that is so painful. I am at loss for words.

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