Treasure Island

Thoithoi Tongbram


Rest In Peace, Bajihan


You were the guardian;
You were the elder;
In our family, in our world.
But in your sad and sudden demise,
We didn’t get the chance
To thank you or to hear your last words,
To let you know that you have done good,
And for all that you’ve done and loved.

We wish you’ll still guard us.
Far or near from above you’ll still see us.

May your soul rest in peace,
Eternally in our hearts and in heaven.
We will miss you forever.
Rest in peace, Bajihan.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, March 12, 2014

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In memeory of my late uncle, whose sudden demise left us all in grieving pain.
#Bajihan=Uncle

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