Remembering you…

173905517743f51df2ff1d9fdd126380I looked at her continuously, she was smiling… a tear came rolling down my cheek. Though it is unusual for a strong man like me, it shows my love for my wife who now always smiles from behind that frame.

She was a devoted and loving person who made me feel comfortable during my troubled times, who was the backbone of my existence and the one who never wanted any appreciation in return. Such was my wife Mandy.
But we people take our loved ones for granted because for us they are always meant to be at our disposal. Her only desire was to get a little of my attention as a lover…yes… just this much!

At that time, it all seemed immature to me and I never reciprocated whenever she took the initiative. If I ever had any idea of her short companionship, I would have filled her life with all my love and warmth.

Sometimes I think what if she can see that how much I love her and how much I miss her? The only regret will be that what I am doing now would have been of great value if it was done at the right time.

If love is an intense emotion which is felt through the soul, then my soulful declaration of love for her will definitely rest her in peace. I am privileged to have my life shared with her.

We never know what destiny has in store for us, but we should always do the things that never land us in a regrettable situation.

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14 Comments Add yours

  1. Laurel Regan says:

    So very true! Thank you for sharing this story.

    1. shellymona says:

      Thanks a lot Laurel !

  2. Vidya Sury says:

    Sheela, that first image made me cry. I just added it to my collection! Hugs and thanks for sharing this lovely story.

    1. shellymona says:

      Thanks very much Vidya …this means a lot to me….
      Hugs and thanks…

  3. Shilpa Garg says:

    That’s a poignant one! How often we take our loved ones for granted. If only, we love and cherish them before it’s too late!

    1. shellymona says:

      Very true….thanks Shilpa

  4. Beautiful story! The first quote is so powerful!
    Yes, we take our loved ones for granted because we think they will always be with us.

  5. beloome says:

    Yes that’s the sad truth of life, we never really know the real value of a person in our life till they are gone. Wish that wasn’t so. Wish we would wake up and learn. Wish we could be more real with our feelings and not wait till it is too late. Touching write-up, Sheela!

    1. shellymona says:

      Thanks a lot Beloo for your lovely comment…

  6. Eli says:

    That was a beautiful tale… So moving and well told:-) I think we all need a reminder from time to time- that we should never take our loved ones for granted but always let them know… That they are loved:-)

    1. shellymona says:

      Absolutely Eli…..
      On various occasions people are found saying that if they had known…….but nobody knows about all this…
      Thanks for your kind comment…

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