Rest in peace my dear sister

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this is about my sister Nicole whose life ended before she ever really started to live it

my sister Nicole died last year and i miss her so much that i couldn't accept it.

I was in the car with you, less than 2 feet from you.

we were fighting with each other on they way from the hospital.

i never should have went to that party.

you meant so much to me that i never thought that you would ever leave me.

i never should have told you to look at me, never told you to take your eyes off the road.

maybe then you would have never ran the red light and got hit.

the last thing that i said to you is that i wished you would get hit by a car.

but you have to know that i never meant that.

you have to know that i loved you.

i never wished that i would lose you forever.

what i ment to say was:

i love you. we have been through so much that i cant imagine a world without you.

i would describe Nicole as:

creative,humurous, fight ready

who loves big cats

who can dance and sing

who hurts all the time when i get in hot water

who wonders what is to come after death

who fears nothing

who wants to be there for family

who dreams that one day she can see all of her dreams come true.

even thought Nicole is gone, i can still be happy for the time that i had with her.

now i say it loud and proud:


Submitted: March 29, 2015

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Ben A Vanguarde

I hope this has been cathartic for you. Don't dwell on your guilt, less the grief process, and, for the rest of your life, don't take yourself too seriously. I spent seven years in prison (as a free man teaching seminars and Bible studies) and realized, except for health issues, nobody I know has any real problems. Be thankful for your life and look for opportunities to serve others. My daughter-in-law's step-sister was killed the same way, T-boned by a pick up truck at an intersection, except that she foolishly ventured out during Hurricane Francis, 2004, when visibility was about twenty feet. You have a dramatic sense of writing.

Sun, March 29th, 2015 11:30am

senti ki dukan

it's really well written. you can also share your stories on
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Mon, March 30th, 2015 7:46am

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