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DADDY, The pain never goes away and every time the same question pops up, why you? Why us? The same thoughts rise in my mind, how nice it would have been if you were here for some more time.
When I was small, I didn’t realize everything you did for me, standing in the queue for the whole night just for an application form to get me into a good school, dropping me to all my examination centers, waiting outside while I gave my first interview, teaching me to drive my first bike. You really made me believe that a daughter is a princess for her father.
You were so special. You are loved and remembered by every one in the family because you touched each one of us with your caring, understanding and kind nature. I feel so proud when you are looked upon as a benchmark for good parenting.
Daddy, I promise you that I will bring up both my kids in a way that will make you proud wherever you are.
There are not enough words to describe what I feel at this moment and to say how important you are. If someone grants me a wish, I will only ask for some more time with you. Nothing else matters. There is a special place in my heart only for you.
The day when you gave me away and we cried, both of us did not realize there will come a day when we will part with each other for ever. All I have now are memories.
To the man who loved like no one else can, HAPPY FATHER’S DAY.
To who ever is reading this post, please don’t wait until it’s too late to tell your parents how much you love them.
I want to just believe that my dad is with me every moment and I pray that he can hear me wherever he is.
I LOVE YOU, DADDY!
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