When we talked about the little or smallest thing in life,
we said to appreciate them.
Because they will be those that meant the most.
Holding onto your skinny hand,
while letting our hopes stand.
We stayed by your side,
yet our words are tied.
Praying for you each day,
wishing you could stay.
As tears trickled down your cheek,
I wondered what was it you wanted to speak.
When we watched your breath slowed down,
we frowned as our hearts pound.
Waiting for the next breath that never comes,
our hopes shattered into crumbs.
We held on to the last tinge of hope,
to have it all gone down slope.
As we find for the last sign of heartbeat desperately,
only to realise we have lost totally.
To watch your leaving,
I had indescribable feeling.
Yet knowing that you no longer need to fight,
soothed our broken hearts tonight.
Having you in our lives was a gift,
and be sure you will be missed.
This poem above is dedicated to my aunt who had passed away on 30th August 2014.
She was a fighter for cancer and a really wonderful aunt.
Respect to her for her optimistic attitude throughout her whole life.
Thank you for everything.
Rest In Peace, Aunt.
There are certain incidents that have reminded me of this once again and it really brought me motivation to do what I am doing right now. I hope this helps you too.
I got reminded that maybe all of us need constant reminders that one failure does not actually mean eternal failure.
All of us have failed before.
Then again, where does success come without any failures?
Take this for example,
When we were young, we have fell down when we were learning how to walk.
If we haven’t pick ourselves up that time, how do we master the skill of walking today?
If one have chosen to give up, one could have lost the battle before it even started.
The important thing is that we remember to pick ourselves up again from where we have fallen.
Keep trying and believe in yourself.
You will really find that you can actually do incredible things more than you know. :)