I spent the rest of
journey pondering about
life in empty train.
Those laughter does not
come out through mouth but from a
place deep in the heart.
People say that the
flame in her eyes have lighted
even more brightly.
Then a thought popped in,
wondering if you were the
reason behind it.
when there are millions of thoughts
running through my head.
Yet in any case,
it was just like another
one reflection night.
At the darkest point
of life, your love shone like stars
to light up my world.
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.
There were many people queueing to pay respect to him. (Credits: Facebook)
At one of the tribute site. (Credits: Facebook)
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
One of the tribute site I went.
Candles were lit to form a Singapore map.
Flowers for Mr Lee at Parliament House.
Flowers outside Istana.
Flowers outside Istana.
At the airport.
At one of the libraries.
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)
Reciting the pledge. Credits: Facebook
The rain does not stop people from sending Mr Lee off.
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.