Sometimes only one person is missing

Sometimes only one person is missing and the whole world seems depopulated.

—   Alphonse de Lamartine
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4 responses to “Sometimes only one person is missing

  1. And then you continue in your loneliness.

    Maybe some prefer to live in saudade.

    Do we sometimes miss out on someone, maybe even the one, because we’re busy still in love with the past relationship?

  2. nubcak ™

    The love that stays is the memories they leave to help fill the lonliness so that they are always with you even after they left. And its something that is just for you so treasure it.

  3. Jetzy 타락천사

    girlgeum – I miss my late grand aunt, she just past away few days ago.

  4. I’m sorry to hear that. When I wrote that comment, I was referring to someone who had broken up with their girlfriend/boyfriend and had refused to move on.

    “Grief doesn’t read schedules. . . . You learn that you can cry and stop and laugh and even follow a taxi driver’s commands to “Have a nice day,” and then cry again.

    Grief is like the wind. When it’s blowing hard, you adjust your sails and run before it. If it blows too hard, you stay in the harbor, close the hatches and don’t take calls. When it’s gentle, you go sailing, have a picnic, take a swim. ”
    from A Brother’s Death by Barbara Lazear Ascher

    It hurts when you’re missing someone you love that has died; a voice that you’ll not hear, conversations that you’ll not have, hugs and smiles that you won’t receive, a . . .
    I’ve been there, and I know, even in your personal time of this moment, how you’re feeling.

    Here’s a hug, a smile, even silence to let you take time for yourself. In my prayers. 🙂

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