Dedication Post To Mr Lee,


Hello everyone. Today, I will be writing this post in the train. As I am busy recently, I apologised for not being able to update more frequently nowadays. My poems will be scheduled in once every 3 to 4 days. Hope you can understand and continue reading them!

Today, I will be dedicating this post to a great leader ; an inspiring person, my idol, Mr Lee Kuan Yew.
On the 23rd March, he passed away. This heartbreaking news broke hearts of many including mine.

As mentioned in a post i posted last week, he was a great man. At the very point, I felt strongly that no matter what, I should pay my last respect to him or I will really regret it for the rest of my life. Without him, there will not be us today. I’m really grateful and thankful.

It had been a harsh week but I have seen really heart-warming news, kind acts on the streets and so. The kind acts we see on the streets are really heart-warming and probably those that we could find comfort in such a bad time..

I will like to share some photos with you.

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There were many people queueing to pay respect to him. (Credits: Facebook)

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At one of the tribute site. (Credits: Facebook)

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The number of people who queued to pay their respect to Mr Lee. Credits: Facebook

For more, you can read this. – http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/more-14-million-people-turn-pay-their-last-respects-mr-lee-kuan-yew 

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One of the tribute site I went.

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  Candles were lit to form a Singapore map.

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Flowers for Mr Lee at Parliament House.

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Flowers outside Istana.

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Flowers outside Istana.

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At the airport.

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At one of the libraries.

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Card I made for Mr Lee with his flower as the background. (http://www.straitstimes.com/news/singapore/more-singapore-stories/story/new-orchid-aranda-lee-kuan-yew-named-honour-singapores-c)

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Reciting the pledge. Credits: Facebook

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Sending Mr Lee off. Credits: Facebookimage

The rain does not stop people from sending Mr Lee off.

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Mr Lee, although you are not here any more, you will always live in our hearts and memories. Thank you for all your contributions to Singapore, building Singapore from a small village to where we are right now. Thank you for opening many doors to the bright future for us.
I am really proud to say that I am a Singaporean and you will be deeply missed.

Goodbye and Rest In Peace, Mr Lee.