It seem like yesterday, in fact I still remember every second of that day, that night and the next day.
I’m thankful I had PatrickA in my life at that moment because I have no clue how I’d have survived without his moral support, his care, his bed and Kappa as well.
Although I know I did right, from moments guilt tried to knocked me down.
I found online the poem below, and decide to share it for those who also had to take that hard decision a moment in time.
You Did Me a Kindness
When my legs grew too weak to carry me,
And my tired eyes could no longer see,
When it pained me to struggle for each new breath,
When my heart beat weaker, and I drew closer to death,
You did me the kindness of letting me go.
You didn’t make me hang on when I was suffering so.
I promise I don’t think that you loved me any less,
And I love you all the more for your selflessness.
You freed my spirit from its body so wracked with pain,
And let me run the fields of Heaven, where I’m sure we’ll meet again.
And we will, my girl, meet again.